Fb2 Everyday Objects, Chance Remarks ePub
by Derek Adams
|Publisher:||Littoral Press (July 2005)|
|Fb2 eBook:||1863 kb|
|ePub eBook:||1958 kb|
|Digital formats:||mobi lit lrf doc|
Everyday Objects, Chance Remarks Littoral Press, 2005, ISBN 09541844-7-5 60 pages, Perfect Bound. Derek Adams has a lyrical ability while keeping images very much in the forefront of the mind. His experience is transmuted into the real stuff of poetry.
Everyday Objects, Chance Remarks Littoral Press, 2005, ISBN 09541844-7-5 60 pages, Perfect Bound. a tone that adds authority and authenticy to the writing. I like the economy and apparent ease with which he constructs these poems.
Derek Adams : photographer,poet & occasionally writer of short stories, has published three collections of poetry: "unconcerned but not indifferent - the life of Man Ray", 2006 Ninth Arrondissement Press, "Everyday Objects, Chance Remarks", 2005, Littoral Press and "Postcards to Olympus", 2004 Poetry Monthly Press.
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Let me start with the negatives, as I can think of so few: I will admit that at times Donald Norman draws out his points to the extent that one wonders if he needed to meet a word count for a particular section. And some of the concepts are outdated (notably the magical 5-7 range; psychologists have put that one out to pasture).
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Styles Landscape, Nature, Lifestyle. Subjects Nature, Objects, Landmarks, People, Recreation. Equipment Nikon D3300. You can also switch to view results based on popularity or best match.
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