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Rabbit Yard is an art and literary collection - both unconditionally true and absurdly fictitious - by Leila Helena Grillo revolving around the concepts of memory, dreams, and everything in between. Separated into four parts, or "movements", in the form of a full musical symphony - Prelude, Interlude, Swan Song, and Reprise - Leila reflects on childhood, the manic mind, an ...more
Paperback, 146 pages
Published August 9th 2020
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Lilit
Sep 10, 2020 rated it it was amazing

“A field of rabbits. A field of memories”(108). Rabbit Yard , by Leila Helena Grillo is a visual, auditory, textural, and all around sensory experience. The reader is thrashed around yet afloat, abandoned yet guided, secretly peeking yet seated front row and center at the stage of Grillo’s mind, dreams, memories and experiences. We, just as the writer, are unaware whether what we are reading is reality or merely figments of her imagination; or perhaps whips and specks of her dreams. But such qu

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Aviv Stein
May 12, 2021 rated it it was amazing
There is a certain sort of book that will understand you better than your friends do, precisely during nights when you want to be alone and—perhaps selfishly—feel another’s aloneness, too. It is as if you cross paths on the streets of a familiar but blurry country to which you are both foreign. You glance at this stranger and she glances at you, unable to hide her reflective daze from her face. You're stunned by such a rarity, and choose to follow her.

Her sensitive but detached gaze gently lets
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Kathleen
Nov 05, 2020 rated it it was amazing


The young author reflects deeply on her life and conjures up beautiful imagery making the reader wonder if it's reality, fantasy, or a combination of both. She has the ability to describe the most mundane object in alluring and extraordinary detail which gives her writing an ethereal quality. However, the reader is brought back to earth with unexpected peppers of humor.
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