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On magnetism

Matthews, S. (2017) On magnetism. Two Rivers Press, Reading, UK, pp96. ISBN 9781909747326

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Abstract/Summary

On Magnetism contains poems about loss and remembrance, about the relation of the Renaissance and the Classical worlds to our own, about locales within lives. They are about sounding the world, and about measuring our responses to it through its various musics. The poems in the book resonate out from the title sonnet sequence, a capricious tribute to Elizabethan ‘magnetism man’, William Gilbert. Their themes and language echo compellingly back and forth across its different occasions and inspirations.

Item Type:Book
Refereed:Yes
Divisions:Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Social Science > School of Literature and Languages > English Literature
ID Code:72623
Publisher:Two Rivers Press

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