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Read Zong! (Wesleyan Poetry) M. NourbeSe Philip ☆ 4 Download Zong! (Wesleyan Poetry) Download ´ 104 Related to the massacre of these African slaves Zong tells the story that cannot be told yet must be told Eual parts song moan shout oath ululation curse and chant Zong excavates the legal text Memory history and law collide and metamorphose into the poetics of the. A remarkable text I want to represent all the forms it takes but unfortunately my ability to do so is limited by goodreads I will try nonetheles pg 3 Zong 2 the throw in circumstance the weight in wantin sustenance for underwriters the loss the order in destroy the that factthe it wasthe were negroes the after rains pg 5 pg 8 pg 14 Zong 7 firstthe when the whichthe who the werethe throwing overboard the be come apprehended exist did notWemusa Ilesanmi Nayo Odai pg 15 Zong 12 it is saidhas been decidedwas justifiedappeared impossibleis not necessaryis another groundneed not be proved itwas a throwing overboarditis a particular circumstanceneed not be provedis another groundis not necessaryappeared impossiblewas justifiedhas been decidedis said itwasMhonum Ajike Odunmbaku Maizah Oku Lizige pg 21 22 Zong 14 the truth wasthe ship sailedthe rains camethe loss arosethe truth is the ship sailedthe rains camethe lose arose the negroes is the truth wasNkrumah Ato Nobanzi Oduneye Opa Fagbulu pg 24 Zong 16 should they havefound being sufficienta necessity portion that uestionshould they have found the justify for exist a rule for newthe policy within the loss portion that uestion etcshould they might they have found Nompumelelo Okulaja Ekisola Abike Arike pg 27 pg 35 Zong 26 was the cause was the remedy was the record was the argumentwas the delay was the evidence was overboard was the not was thecause was the was was the need was the case was the perils was thewant was the particular circumstance was the seas was the costswas the could was the would was the policy was the loss was thevessel was the rains was the order was the that was the this was the necessity was the mistake was the captain was the crew was theresult was justified was the voyage was the water was the mapswas the weeks was the winds was the calms was the captains wasthe seas was the rains was uncommon was the declatation was theapprehension was the voyage was destroyed was thrown was theuestion was the therefore was the this was the that was thenegroes was the cause pg 45

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Read Zong! (Wesleyan Poetry) M. NourbeSe Philip ☆ 4 Download Zong! (Wesleyan Poetry) Download ´ 104 Fragment Through the innovative use of fugal and counterpointed repetition Zong becomes an anti narrative lament that stretches the boundaries of the poetic form haunting the spaces of forgetting and mourning the forgotten Check for the online reader’s companion at. Right now I m feeling it s one of the best books of poetry I ve ever read I actually can t think of anything that s blown me away page by page to the same degree

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Read Zong! (Wesleyan Poetry) M. NourbeSe Philip ☆ 4 Download Zong! (Wesleyan Poetry) Download ´ 104 In November 1781 the captain of the slave ship Zong ordered that some 150 Africans be murdered by drowning so that the ship’s owners could collect insurance monies Relying entirely on the words of the legal decision Gregson v Gilbert the only extant public document. The last time I read a lawyer turned writer who happened to be a woman others saw heterosexual romance where I saw power What I wonder will the sheep make of thisSo in post RenaissanceEnlightenmentHumanism in the European spigot of things we got slavery rape colonization bunch of thought stolen from Islamic Empire thinkers that sometimes were partially colonized Iranian thinkers bunch stolen from IndianChineseother nations of non white thinkers running through their own frames of colonization the gynophobic side of Christianity in contrast to the OrthodoxCopticEastern brainwashing white supremacy and this The last didn t just pop out of thin air It took real effort of language and philosophy and social indoctrination to train entire civilizations to speak simultaneously of liberty and property in regards to the optimum state of human beings Judging by the state of Darren Wilson and white people shooting black protestors while cops stand on by in this country this stuff was built strong and this shit will last so long as a single individual considers themselves or is considered by this world to be white You can t exist under a social label formulated for the supreme purpose for rendering humanity null and void on the basis of anitblackness and then turn around and say you re not racist You can t say you re not winning by any means necessary when you are and have been and will do so as long as you are able by the means of your ancestors and what you teach your progenyYou re just going to have to sit down and read this if you want any sense at all of what s going on I can t type it out for you for reasons of formatting and strategies of reading my method of emulsifying these words in suspension being different from yours being different from yours being different from yours being different from that magical unicorn people like to call the universal Not to mention the text fourteen total languages and half of them non European in 182 pages of vernacular of the death rattle of the drowned and the drowning People have argued about whether this black woman former lawyer and current experimental poet hailing from Trinidad and Tobago and thus having a far greater chance of being related to those considered cargo on the Zong than the majority of the world has the right to write this I say if you re so worried about appropriated representation you can do a lot better in terms of size of target Stein for example Or Faulkner And that s just the blackface side of classical litIf you think reading this is difficult try listening to Philips herself read out Zong 1 Memento mori The ways in which those others went first and how forgetting won t stop them from coming back


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    E–pub/E–book [Zong! (Wesleyan Poetry)] ½ M. NourbeSe Philip This is an important book But I still don't know how successful it is I know that some find the closing notes problematic they don't bother me as much More it is a uestion of form somehow and how that is reworkin

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    E–pub/E–book [Zong! (Wesleyan Poetry)] ½ M. NourbeSe Philip Read Zong! (Wesleyan Poetry) This was recommended at a reading I recently attended and was definitely worth tracking down at the univ library In 1781 150 slaves aboard the slave ship Zong were thrown overboard in order for the captain and crew

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    Summary Å PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ☆ M. NourbeSe Philip E–pub/E–book [Zong! (Wesleyan Poetry)] ½ M. NourbeSe Philip There is a legal document where judges analyze a uestion about insurance claims In the language of the law it tells about a ship called the Zong which carried a 'cargo' of enslaved human beings The inexperienced captain got them all lost at sea and before they reached land they threw 150 people overboard Once he got back home he asked the insurance company to pay for the loss of his 'cargo'In two pages the justices deliberate the

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  • Paperback
  • 211
  • Zong! (Wesleyan Poetry)
  • M. NourbeSe Philip
  • English
  • 02 October 2019
  • 9780819571694