The Grand Piano

San Francisco 1975–80

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Ted Pearson begins:

THE WORK SITE is where work is done. The work, cited, is what was done. The conditions that produce it persist as traces that underwrite the text. This, by convention, we address in the present – itself but a moment in the life of a text – where work continues to be done. For the reader, the text delimits a site where the work of making meaning takes place. For the writer, it also reveals a remainder that reminds her of work that is yet to be done....

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