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Theodore in November is a poetic celebration of innocence and the expression of an essential mystery: how love can be so easily destroyed by the burdens we carry in ourselves. These poems depict a journey through all the stages of love. Theodore, who represents innocence, is the object of the narrator Harbinger's affection. Harbinger speaks universally through folk tales a ...more
Paperback, 1st , 48 pages
Published 2009 by Jeremy Mills Publishing
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Natalie Atkinson
Mar 09, 2011 Natalie Atkinson rated it it was amazing  ·  (Review from the author)
The poems in this book seem to illustrate an allegorical journey with as its main characters Theodore/love and November/Eden; a journey of self-discovery and the realisation of true love, that ephemeral and elusive fabled beast.

There are some truly stunning and haunting poems in this collection and, as I am coming to expect with Natalie Williams, the author often strikes just the right poetic tone, hits home to the reader's heart and makes her point in a direct and wondrous manner.

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Natalie Williams was born in 1981 of African-Irish descent, in the newly formed country of Zimbabwe on the purple carpeted Jacaranda Lane. Life was filled in her early years with Irish fairy tales written by her grandfather, and the inspirational imaginings of the world of Narnia and Grimm’s Fairy Tales. In the inspiring world of Africa, she began her journey as a writer, winning an Honours award ...more
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