The Wave That Did Not Break

The Wave That Did Not Break Jonathan Harris poems are lovely and musical This dialogue between son poet and deceased mother poet has the poignancy of a medieval ballad or an American song maybe one of those Sixties songs with a

  • Title: The Wave That Did Not Break
  • Author: Jonathan Harris
  • ISBN: 9781893670532
  • Page: 350
  • Format: Paperback
  • Jonathan Harris poems are lovely and musical This dialogue between son poet and deceased mother poet has the poignancy of a medieval ballad or an American song, maybe one of those Sixties songs with a refrain like Meet You in the Falling Rain, Mama One also thinks of a love unrequited, Tennessee Williams and Emily Bronte, Edgar Poe or Virginia Wolfe walking into the rJonathan Harris poems are lovely and musical This dialogue between son poet and deceased mother poet has the poignancy of a medieval ballad or an American song, maybe one of those Sixties songs with a refrain like Meet You in the Falling Rain, Mama One also thinks of a love unrequited, Tennessee Williams and Emily Bronte, Edgar Poe or Virginia Wolfe walking into the river Joseph Millar.

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    1. WARNING: TSUNAMI!!!Okay, so it's not a tsunami. What Jonathan Harris achieves here is much more subtle than that. And rather than try to carry on with a silly analogy, I'd like to attempt to explain what makes this book so special. I had the feeling while reading THE WAVE THAT DID NOT BREAK that I was eavesdropping on a very private conversation. One I probably shouldn't have been listening to, but one I couldn't pull myself away from either."Because he was going blind, he found waysto fool the [...]

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