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This thesis is composed of three parts, the first and third containing prose sections and verse, and the second an experiment with pentameter. The verse highlights language and line as mediums which can produce an understanding of themselves and a world, and work between couplets and varied strophes. While the couplets offer one kind of order, the variation in strophes offers another between line and space. The prose sections are counterpoint to the verse, the field of text working without the conventions of line and stanza.