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Sonnets is a posthumous collaboration between two seminal literary groups, Oulipo and the New York School, and between two tireless experimenters, Ted Berrigan and Raymond Queneau: it takes ten sonnets from Berrigan’s The Sonnets and combines them with the structure of Queneau’s Cent mille milliards de poèmes to produce 100,000,000,000,000 new sonnets, by Raymond Berrigan. 


Edited by Philip Terry.
32 pages, stapled, with helpful lines for cutting. Size 148 x 194 mm

First edition: 150 copies


Raymond Berrigan, Sonnets

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