In Live Courage, using the footer section of the pages, Priscilla Uppal constructs the emulation of a news crawl in which she threads excerpts from Homer’s Odyssey translated by Richard Lattimore with various online and print news sources.
The effect relies as much on page breaks [pb] as continuation.
[…] mistake and release his son / And once the spirit has left the white bones, all the rest of the body [pb] is made subject to the fire’s strong fury, but the soul flitters out / Floods caused by pounding mon- [pb] soon rains have left some 77 people dead in Bangladesh and India and marooned almost two [pb] million / Poor fools, and they had not yet realized how over all of them the terms of death were […]
The page turning brings an additional dimension to the play of juxtaposition.
And so for day 2221