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The Shipwrecked House

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en Limba Engleză Paperback – March 2013

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Anchors, shipwrecks, whales and islands abound in this first collection by Anglo-Breton poet Claire Trevien. These poems are sketches, lyrics, dreams, and experiments in language as sound. Trevien's is a surreal vision, steeped in myth and music, in which everything is alive and - like the sea itself - constantly shifting form.
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Specificații

ISBN-13: 9781908058119
ISBN-10: 1908058110
Pagini: 64
Dimensiuni: 140 x 216 x 4 mm
Greutate: 0.09 kg
Editura: Penned In The Margins

Notă biografică

Claire Trevien was born in Brittany. Her pamphlet Low-Tide Lottery was published by Salt in 2011. She is the editor of Sabotage Reviews and the co-organiser of Penning Perfumes, a creative collaboration between poets and perfumers.

Cuprins

Origin Story The Shipwrecked House I Wreck Whales Entrepreneurs The Shipwrecked House II La Fregate Journeys of Evaporation Endnotes to a History of the Sea Poem in Which You Ask How You Can Tell Real Pearls from High Quality Fakes Communion Bread Cthulhu Mushroom Picking Falls Vagrant Fantasy Belleville Novella Telegrams Suzanne Valadon Seen by Toulouse-Lautrec Seen by Me Rotting Anchors Rusty Sea Glas Beg an Dorchenn The Cornish Owlman Fest Noz Melusine Metro Impression, Sunset Past Simple Introduction to My Love Sing Bird Ruff The Great Indoors Head Start I Heart You The Night We Saw a Glow-worm Death of the Author Cyrano de Bergerac Takes a Last Bow Saturday Night at La Mars Erect The Fates In the Garden of Death Good God that's a lot of shake Wipe the Blade Clean on the Grass

Recenzii

These are serious, visually stunning poems of nationality, history and memory, but they're personal and generous in their wit. Reading them is like spending an hour in the company of someone you secretly admire. - Luke Kennard

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