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Love Songs of Carbon (The Yellow Earl: Almost an Emporer, Not Quite a Gentleman) ❰Epub❯ ➞ Love Songs of Carbon (The Yellow Earl: Almost an Emporer, Not Quite a Gentleman) Author Philip Gross – Thomashillier.co.uk Love Songs of Carbon is Philip Gross s th book of poetry, and is a coming of age inhabiting the ageing body with a confident, inventive curiosity At the same time searching, tender, intellectually agi Love Songs of Carbon is Philip Gross s th book of poetry, and is a coming of age inhabiting the ageing body with a confident, inventive curiosity At the same time searching, tender, intellectually agile, unexpected and erotic, this is poetry at home with great Love Songs PDF/EPUB or shifts of perspective, from the outer edge of science to the sensations at our fingertips These are love poems, both to the person and to the body itself, even as especially as it faces entropy and decayPoetry Book Society Recommendation.


10 thoughts on “Love Songs of Carbon (The Yellow Earl: Almost an Emporer, Not Quite a Gentleman)

  1. Denni Denni says:

    I love Philip Gross s poetry and have been lucky enough to hear him read and talk about it on 2 occasions , and this book is no exception to that pleasure He plays here with words, with ideas, with sounds, with structure, and with all kinds of connections, to consider what we are and how we are, often through breaking our existence down to the tiniest parts and then bringing it back up to our interconnectedness, our insignificance and our significance, our frailty and mortality and then again I love Philip Gross s poetry and have been lucky enough to hear him read and talk about it on 2 occasions , and this book is no exception to that pleasure He plays here with words, with ideas, with sounds, with structure, and with all kinds of connections, to consider what we are and how we are, often through breaking our existence down to the tiniest parts and then bringing it back up to our interconnectedness, our insignificance and our significance, our frailty and mortality and then again the ways in which we have a kind of permanence Oh dear, anything I try to say is probably pointless Read Philip Gross


  2. Menna Menna says:

    Simply not for me.


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