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The rapture

Author: Tim Cumming
Publisher: Cambridge : Salt, 2011.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Poetry : English

The Rapture is the most visceral poetry collection of the decade, from one of Britain's finest cult writers, an acclaimed music journalist, filmmaker and a star of the small press scene for more than  Read more...


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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Tim Cumming
ISBN: 9781844717385 1844717380
OCLC Number: 751754256
Notes: Poems.
Description: 81 pages ; 20 cm
Contents: I. CHAPEL OF CARBON For the Record Impact Pigment Two Part Harmony Following the Bloom The Knowledge Cairo Sonnets Yield Late Picasso Flicker Time Piece Storm The Bath Penthouse Sonnet Second Sky Danebury Ring Thin Air The New Distance Erratic Transmissions from Oklahoma The Dolls' House His Visitor Blue II. IMPROVISATIONS Brighton Improvisation Tarot Improvisation Glass Improvisation Fever Improvisation Running Improvisation White City Improvisation Solstice Improvisation Belgrade Tram Surveillance Improvisation Slow Motion White Border Low Tide III. FIRST MUSIC Bird Music B3212 Familiars Water Crossing Crossing Water Cherry Brook Powdermills Drinking at The East Dart Hotel Alder Cupole Father's Day The Blue Cottage Three Dartmoor Tales Ruins Impasto Underlay Sheep Shearing Ghost Fox Nocturne The Ripe Charge Nocturne II Red Flags A Dartmoor Ghost Story
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Cumming's metaphysic, a blending of the quasi-scientific with the planetary and the geological, occasionally lends itself to a prophetic solemnity as the world drown in a `cosmic hiss.' I think the Read more...

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