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Twigs and Knucklebones by Sarah Lindsay
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May 15, 2009

bookshelves: poetry

Lindsay is interesting.... she’s engaged in science and in, well, clutter (her last collection was called “Mount Clutter.”).

This book has two sections of more traditional “poet engages with world” sections that bookend an invented society. The invented society is dug up by archaeologists, is imagined, is rendered. Fun, I suppose. All those traces of Terabithia, Narnia, the glory of making up a world and a past... then making up the discovery of it.
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