The Face of It

The Face of It

R. F. Langley


Visual paintings, French movie, Shakespeare, normal heritage, and climate are all positioned less than a different microscope during this choice of poems. initially established upon a sequence of computing device observations, the poems—presented in a past due modernist style—range in topic from Palladian structure to Rauschenberg’s pop paintings, from Bresson’s cinematography to Bottom’s dream. Demonstrating a nostalgic affection for rural English and eu landscapes, those poems discover shock and fact within the so much usual of moments.

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