pentahedron


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pentahedron

[‚pen·tə′hē·drən]
(mathematics)
A polyhedron with five faces.
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Wexford," from Eavan Boland's "Outside History," and from one of his own poems in Pentahedron, he goes on to comment:
In The Poems of Sweeny, Peregrine: A Working of the Corrupt Irish Text (published in 1976, though its composition began in 1966) Joyce develops a route out of the dilemmas of Pentahedron via a modernist poetics of translation.
If the eye in Pentahedron seemed to find walls, stone, and boundaries wherever it turned, stone floods is concerned with the dissolution of boundaries and the permeability of stony barriers.