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Introduction ] The Cut-Up Method of Brion Gysin

@inproceedings{Burroughs2002IntroductionT,
  title={Introduction ] The Cut-Up Method of Brion Gysin},
  author={William S. . Burroughs},
  year={2002}
}
There is nothing new under the sun. Here, William Burroughs—adding machine fortune heir, junkie, killer of his wife, most challenging and complex of the Beat writers—describes a technique itself based on earlier experiments of the surrealists, which in turn had their origins centuries before, in techniques of very literal “cut and paste” editing. It is quite fitting that Burroughs invoked computing pioneer John von Neumann in tracing the uses of the cut-up method, for these techniques have been… Expand
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