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|Posté le: Ven 30 Juin - 23:25 (2017) Sujet du message: Killers In Tutus
How can we rescue and nourish a sense of wonder? Especially if we live in chaotic and violent places like Beirut and New York City, which teach us to be skeptical? This is the problem that courses beneath the poems, prose, photos and art that William Marling composes in his seventh book. In work that ranges from Beirut, Middle America, and New York City to Eastern Europe, Paris, and painting, Marling is always alert to the fallibility of the senses, the small victories of innocence and wonder.
bound: 112 pages
publisher: Editions Croulebarbe (April 5, 2017)
filesize: 3718 KB