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written by Carrie Lorig February 10, 2015

Spezzatura by Mike Young Publishing Genius, October 2014 132 pages – Publishing Genius / Amazon

ddddddd Sprezzatura is a literary term for a particular kindness of repetition one experiences in the poem or in the desert

dddddddddddddddddddddddd on the bike with the one part of the back fender a little wonky

dddddddddddddddddddddddd on the way to licking the mesa

dddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddd or just the stage clean. Sprezzatura is not repetition / in that it intends to be the kind of repetition made of insistence (alone). Repetition in the world or in the world of a Mike Young poem is also like incorporation. More so than almost any repetition I am always thinking about. “If I am here then I am here” (“Sprezzatura”). It’s a propulsion of incorporation / that is both a performance and a gruesome scene. It’s a propulsion of incorporation / that is an instinctual seeing, your lids or your lips right up against / a little more each time. “If I am here then I am here with / The world is not an argument” (“Sprezzatura”). You don’t just lick where your body was in the desert / on the mesa / on the stage. You lick a bit beyond. Maybe you go towards Paul Celan’s meridian or towards your own gaping holes leaking like a just cut open pack of fresh tofu. Maybe you get to what or who you once loved / or still love (it’s so hard to bleed around the difference). On and on. “Got a problem with this ‘ever’ thing. Who says you can’t feel strange over and over? What’s with this one-and-done shit?” (“What’s The Strongest Thing You’ve Ever Felt What’s The Strangest Thing You’ve Ever Felt”).

ddddddd When I think of sprezzatura, I think of how it is sometimes defined in my letters to my friend B, who I am always writing to / though sometimes it does not include a page, / just some blood dumped into a vase. I asked her, “Once you recognize that you feel something, what happens to you? Do you ever drown in the recognition of a feeling?” I’ve gotten so good at allowing myself to feel things, to recognize what I feel, that sometimes it is my feelings that swallow me. I get lost. At the beginning of Young’s book, he calls on John Prine, / who defines sprezzatura the way you would standing outside the gates of Wimbledon with a burrito coupon / the way you would driving down the War on Terror Memorial Highway in Alabama. “Feelings are strange / Especially when they come true,” he says. This is huge saturation for Young, this rubbing point / this unshoveling around the idea that feelings might be exactly as stabilizing and freeing as they are the thing that causes the kid with the inner ear thing to throw up on every roller coaster she gets near. “Making people laugh is being aware of yourself / pretending you’re not” (“What Yo Personality Got To Do With That Lunch Meat”). There’s a clarity in feeling(s) that has the potential to be manipulative, to be dangerous in that it’s hard to decipher when you’re genuinely experiencing feeling(s) and when you’re failing to register the nuances and alterations of feeling(s) as they reverb / sway / shift / obliterate you.

HL 58 (Italy, thirteenth century)

The fourth leaf should be a small two-column Bible leaf from HL 54 . According to the label on the matte, that manuscript is a “Dominican Manuscript written in Paris” in the unrealistically-precise year 1240 AD. In the present set, this was replaced with a leaf from , another small-format thirteenth-century Bible which Ege dated to the equally absurdly-precise year 1250 AD.* The date on the label has been edited accordingly:

After Otto’s death in 1951, Louise took over the leaf-marketing business. She had a gift for marketing and sales, reaching out to institutions and collectors throughout the country promoting the business. As correspondence preserved with this private collection demonstrates, after Otto’s death she kept up the relationships cultivated during Otto’s lifetime and gave the same time and attention to small private collections as to large cultural institutions:

4 – 17 – 56

Dear Mrs. ***,

Would you at present be interested in having a selection of leaves for choice or perhaps for sale. I could send you a selection of hand written Bible leaves. If you wish them unmounted I can give you a very special price, perhaps I can also find some mounted ones which are reasonable.

Would you also be interested in some leaves from Books of Hours. I am not sure just what all your special interests are.

Would you care for some inexpensive assortment of unmounted leaves? I’ll be glad to try. Are you connected with the University [of Cincinnati]?


Mrs. Otto F. Ege

* On pp. 119 and 137 of Otto Ege’s Manuscripts , Gwara notes that in a different portfolio, “Original Leaves from Famous Books: Eight Centuries,” leaves of HL 54 are sometimes replaced by leaves of HL 9. The present set appears to be the only recorded example of the same substitution taking place in “Original Leaves from Famous Bibles, Nine Centuries,” but many examples of this portfolio have yet to be carefully catalogued and identified using Gwara’s handlist numbers. Peter Kidd has written about the marketing of the Bible sets and others .


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February 25, 2018 · 12:39 pm

The Flight into Egypt, Walters Art Museum, MS W.188, f.112r

In the early 1990s, I was a graduate student at Yale working on a PhD in Medieval Studies. My dissertation focused on a fragmentology project, although that word would not be coined for decades. Seventeen leaves from a twelfth-century antiphonal from the Austrian Benedictine abbey of Lambach (on the Danube about halfway between Salzburg and Vienna) had made their way to Yale’s Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library, and for my thesis I reconstructed the manuscript as much as possible – adding to the seventeen Yale leaves four leaves still in Lambach, two in the abbey of St-Paul-im-Lavanttal, another that was hanging on the wall of an alpine resort in Badgastein, two at Harvard , and one at the St. Louis Public Library (I’ve blogged about that one ) – and studied the cumulative liturgy, music, and decoration of the manuscript in the context of the twelfth-century Lambach scriptorium. The manuscript is known as the Gottschalk Antiphonary (or Antiphonal), after the scribe/artist Gottschalk of Lambach who was primarily responsible for its creation.


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