"Other of the Ear" attempts to "represent 'injury' in the forms of decoupage, collage, and montage (assemblage). T/His 'writing' is an attempt to represent, however, without _ressentiment_." -- From "Introduction"
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Published in 2001 by frAme in Issue 5.
Nottingham Trent University, with the permission of Sue Thomas, gave this copy of the work to the Electronic Literature Lab in Spring 2016.
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