First the sound, then the word, then the syntax; thus does Glenda George begin writing. In this book is found a story of a life informed by languageas philosophy; a philosophy discovered, along the way, in the juxtaposition, familiar or shocking, of words. The author invites the reader to share in that discovery. aShe concentrates her recklessnessab..in subject matter(that) remains psychological and erotic but the connecting point between her paragraphs is more often auralaba Jeff Nuttall. Twice thwarted by unexpected interventions of life, this selection remains true to the initial idea of a collective review of works first mooted twenty years ago and now seeing the light of day at last.Throughout the last forty years, my writing has been an attempt to discover what words can do; what images can arise when one puts them together incertain aor uncertaina ways;to shakeup convention but also, in parts, to embrace it.
|Title||:||A CHILD IN THE PLAYGROUND|
|Publisher||:||Glenda George - 2013-12-04|