Wash, The
Wash, The
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Rich in river imagery and an intense sense of the passage of time, The Wash explores the incessant music that permeates journeys with a destination unknown. The poems depict a landscape of loss in which language and images provide the only concrete platform on which to stand. Playing a lyrical voice against the limits of silence, Adam Clay’s… (more)

Rich in river imagery and an intense sense of the passage of time, The Wash explores the incessant music that permeates journeys with a destination unknown. The poems depict a landscape of loss in which language and images provide the only concrete platform on which to stand. Playing a lyrical voice against the limits of silence, Adam Clay’s The Wash uncovers the voices that can be made, and heard, in and out of nature.

 

Publisher: Parlor Press, Llc (October 01, 2006)

Page count: 84 pages

File size: 1 MB

Protection: DRM

Language: English

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