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Rambling over the Orison

Advantages: Very interesting
Disadvantages: Obscure/ boring in parts

THE AUTHOR Iain Sinclair started as a poet in the London avant-garde fringe in the 1960s and 1970s. A fruitful period as a second-hand book dealer paid his bills before he became famous for his essays and novels such as 'Lud Heat', 'Suicide Bridge', 'Wh ...

nubbler 22.01.2007 · Read full review
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Review of Edge of the Orison - Iain Sinclair

Words of the artist...

Advantages: Artful, a good dual-language edition
Disadvantages: -

...For many years, I belonged to a reading group who explored different angles of diversity in literature; Michelangelo's poetry was one of the books we used, as it gave us the opportunity to explore different aspects at the same time. How would someone whos ...

frkurt 29.07.2004 · Read full review
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Review of The Poetry of Michaelangelo: An Annotated Translation - James M. Saslow