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Diary of the Last Man sees climate change meet post-Brexit British politics, as Robert Minhinnick walks between the river mouths of his home in Wales, head full of the sands of Babylon. This is a book of songs and suites and lost ideas of wilderness. Dreamlike, sometimes delirious, Diary of the Last Man is a powerful evocation of an unforgettable place. Political as in ‘Amiriya Suite’ and culturally wide ranging (see the translations in ‘Aversions’), Diary of the Last Man fuses the global with an intensely local perspective.
Number of Pages: 88
Genre: Poetry, Nature
Publisher: Paul & Co Pub Consortium
Author: Robert Minhinnick
Street Date: July 1, 2017
Item Number (DPCI): 248-49-9636
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