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'All of Nichol’s paintings is stamped through his wish to create texts which are carrying out themselves in addition to in context, and to take advantage of oblique structural and textual units to hold that means. In The Martyrology alternative ways of talking testify to a trip via alternative ways of being. Language is either the poet’s teacher and, via its a number of diversifications, the dominant 'image' of the poem. The [nine] books of The Martyrology rfile a poet’s quest for perception into himself and his writing via scrupulous recognition to the messages hidden within the morphology of his personal speech.’ – Frank Davey

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