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1529017106
Book:Time lived, without its flow; Denise Riley:2019:Revised edition Time lived, without its flow; Denise Riley
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Author: Riley, Denise
Year: 2019
Language: English
Type: Book
Edition: Revised edition
Class Number: 128.5
Publisher: Picador, 2019
Physical or Electronic: Physical
ISBN: 9781529017106
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Previous edition: London: Capsule, 2012
Originally published: London: Capsule, 2012
'Time Lived, Without Its Flow' is an astonishing, unflinching essay on the nature of grief from critically acclaimed poet Denise Riley. From the horrific experience of maternal grief Riley wrote her lauded collection 'Say Something Back,' a modern classic of British poetry. This essay is a companion piece to that work, looking at the way time stops when we lose someone suddenly from our lives. A book of two discrete halves, the first half is formed of diary-like entries written by Riley after the news of her son's death, the entries building to paint a live portrait of loss. The second half is a ruminative post script written some years later with Riley looking back at the experience philosophically and attempting to map through it a literature of consolation.
Additional information: 87 pages, 19 cm, hbk
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