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Why, Rules? : A Simple Composition about Words, Taxes, Death, and Waste of Ink.

By Blagoev, Nikolay, Evgenie

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Reproduction Date: 8/14/2016

Title: Why, Rules? : A Simple Composition about Words, Taxes, Death, and Waste of Ink.  
Author: Blagoev, Nikolay, Evgenie
Language: English
Subject: Non Fiction, Philosophy, Satire of Society
Collections: Poetry, Authors Community, Most Popular Books in China, Favorites in India, Science
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Publisher: Bukvite Fondation
Member Page: Nikolay Blagoev


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In a world, where the advertisement is more important than the actual product itself, a simple description will become the commercial for a simple book. Are you getting tired of long books that take days to read? Do you have the attention span of a goldfish? Well we have just the thing for you! “Why, Rules?” is the simple child of the modern day world and a satirical mind. This 24 page composition (shorter than some symphonies) is a simple read for your mundane commute or while waiting at one of those typical lines, existing as a mandatory part of bureaucracy. You can find it tedious or perhaps moving, but most probably - baffling. Are you getting tired of every poem being the same? Are you not fed up with listening to the same melody in every song? In short (TL;DR) – “Why, Rules” consists of 14 themes, structures, or ideas, overused in poetry, which are viewed with a cynical eye and ridiculed for their predictability. Each “rant” is formed as a short “poem”, in an attempt to show the reader that poetry, and art in general, cannot be put in a box, cannot be measured or compared. As you step through the threshold of this book and you smell its digital pages, and you feel its poorly drawn hardcover in your hands, ask yourself – “What is art?”. This book does not take itself seriously and laughs at its own reflection (Do not attempt at home), being put satire or parody. Give this book to your emo friend, because you forgot to buy him a gift. Perhaps even give it to your grandma.

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