A TECHNIQUE OF FILLETING TEXTS
The fish of text (as well as the text of fish) should be consumed after the spine and bones of the consonants have been removed. Notice that with little children the first fishes (texts) are smooth and fwuffy (not fluffi), composed mainly of the tender soul-flesh of vowels. With the growing up, hard, harder, and har-r-r-der tiny bones take root in this flesh.
"AM I DELICIOUS, DARLING?"
This technique can successfully be applied in absorbing ready-made classical
texts. Filleting makes the text's flesh sound, endowing it with primitive beauty.
The detached bones of consonants,
© Georgi Gospodinov