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Flower Phantoms

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A young woman working at Kew Gardens finds that her spiritual yearnings lead to a passionate mystic communion with an orchid.
158 pages
Published by J. Cape (first published 1926)
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Matthew
Apr 23, 2013 Matthew rated it it was amazing
A short but potent story of a woman in love with an orchid. One of the most bizarre pieces of prose poetry I've ever read - gloriously over the top, unashamedly spiritual, filled with mystical, erotic visionary language. if only more author were as unafraid of revealing their originality.
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May 29, 2013 Patrick Reinhart rated it it was amazing
Delightful. That's the word I choose and I'm stickin' to it. I may even go so far as to add an "utterly" in front of it.
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Sir Arthur Ronald Fraser was born in 1888, the fourth son of an Inverness-shire cloth merchant who had moved to London. Fraser had a conventional education at St Paul’s School, but by his early teens was writing poetry, which was published in the Westminster Gazette, much to his family’s amusement. At eighteen he was put to work in an insurance company, but in his spare time read at the British Mu ...more
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