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Lady Opium

Lady Opium

by Aimee Lee, Colin Ingram
     
 
Born from a tide of darker themes, the poems of Aimee Lee and Colin Ingram emerge in a 21st century cataclysm of cultural distrust and revelations, representing varied tones of disturbed, forcible and subversive narratives, amongst a backdrop of opium-cracked surrealistic viewpoints and struggling consciences. This book represents fresh, challenging, psychological

Overview

Born from a tide of darker themes, the poems of Aimee Lee and Colin Ingram emerge in a 21st century cataclysm of cultural distrust and revelations, representing varied tones of disturbed, forcible and subversive narratives, amongst a backdrop of opium-cracked surrealistic viewpoints and struggling consciences. This book represents fresh, challenging, psychological journeys through lost denizens of night-time alleyways and forbidden shadows; the weight of the mind exposed to the coercions of an ever changing world. The metaphors themselves elucidate through a rich palette of dreamscapes and conceived torments, of consummations and the shifting transition in an age of a cybernetic overwhelmed society; the rapid shift in technological advancement and lost values: identity, ethnicity, morals and the natural world, and make fresh the perpetual themes of love, fear, abandonment, addictions and of all things, hope.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781447568155
Publisher:
Lulu.com
Publication date:
03/12/2013
Sold by:
LULU PRESS
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
472 KB

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