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Book of Stones : ELEANOR BRASCH - Adam Schwartzman

Book of Stones

ELEANOR BRASCH

Paperback Published: 27th February 2013
ISBN: 9781857546408
Number Of Pages: 59

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The physical and emotional landscapes of Africa are evoked with sensuous immediacy in this collection of poetry by Adam Schwartzmann. Written upon his return from England to live and work on the land, his poems speak to the impact of new experiences as he explores what it means to live in the new South Africa and be part of shared historical processes while sustaining an individual life. In particular they examine the process of understanding commitments to love and politics and to finding a way to remain engaged with history and survive.

Ap. 9
Heart of Darknessp. 11
Goud Rivierp. 13
Rhapsodyp. 14
Steel Millp. 15
San Tomep. 16
Banknotep. 17
The Accidentp. 18
'These jewels'p. 19
Pastoralp. 20
The Boyp. 22
'Let your sailing ships'p. 23
Last Drivep. 25
'Throw your arms up as if you'd pluck bullets from the air'p. 26
Celestep. 28
'Maybe you don't have to know why'p. 30
'The children began flying up to their houses'p. 32
Oshogbop. 33
Me, I Will Be With Youp. 35
'I sold you'p. 45
'The fruit lies out in broken rows'p. 46
The Last Thingp. 47
Walking to Antarcticap. 49
Oxfordp. 51
'A dazzling light invades the eye'p. 55
'A car swivels past, going from ear to ear'p. 56
'I breathe my ragged cartoon diamond breath'p. 57
'An old man's porous face'p. 58
Still Lifep. 59
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ISBN: 9781857546408
ISBN-10: 1857546407
Series: ELEANOR BRASCH
Audience: Tertiary; University or College
Format: Paperback
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 59
Published: 27th February 2013
Country of Publication: GB
Dimensions (cm): 20.96 x 13.34  x 0.64
Weight (kg): 0.09

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