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❴EPUB❵ ✰ Without Author Meg Johnson – G-couture.co.uk In Meg Johnson’s third full length collection Without Body Name Country strange experiences become familiar and familiar experiences become strange as a human body a sense of self and an entire natiIn Meg Johnson’s third full length collection Without Body Name Country strange experiences become familiar and familiar experiences become strange as a human body a sense of self and an entire nation all teeter toward t.

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  1. Joanne Nelson Joanne Nelson says:

    Paperback Ï Without PDF ↠ without mobile, Without PDF/EPUBMeg Johnson’s third book of poetry Without Body Name Country is a gem Rough cut full of sparkles and innumerable facets Hold it up to the light spin and gaze You’ll find yourself delighted and returning again and again to the surprise and power of her words That power includ


  2. Martha Martha says:

    Paperback Ï Without PDF ↠ without mobile, Without PDF/EPUBMeg Johnson’s new poetry collection “Without Body Name Country” is a memoir of implosion and subsequent resurrection told from a staccato beginning to a lyrical endStarting with short explosively irreverent poems Johnson describes an idyllic youth of beauty and talent — as a dancer budding poet precocious thinker — all tainted by the lasciviousness that follows visual appeal Then her poetry gradually lengthens into prose poetry then straight micro narratives as we see that perfect world crumble with her diagnosis of Guillam Barre syndrome in which a person’s immune system attacks the nervesHer purposely blunt wording fully conveys the collapse of her world as her ability to walk wains Frustration fatigue the fight to move again all move toward a rebirth that while imperfect offers the peace of accepting how her body an


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