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The Lipstick Boys

Reed Jeremy

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ISBN 10: 0905289587 / ISBN 13: 9780905289588
Editorial: Enitharmon Press, London, 1984
Condición: Very Good Encuadernación de tapa dura
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A hardback book with both book and jacket in very good condition, dated 1984. The author's first novel. N° de ref. de la librería 044101

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Título: The Lipstick Boys

Editorial: Enitharmon Press, London

Año de publicación: 1984

Encuadernación: Hardcover

Condición del libro: Very Good

Condición de la sobrecubierta: Very Good

Edición: First Edition

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Sinopsis:

Jeremy Reed’s first novel is a powerfully evocative and beautifully written book that takes one on a young man’s journey to the bottom of the night. It is also, as Kathleen Raine has noted in her introduction, the novel of a poet, full of imaginative compassion for the night lost and a testament to poetic conviction, the word that is delivered from darkness. Jeremy Reed's range and originality as a poet and novelist have been acclaimed by many reviewers, including J.G. Ballard, Seamus Heaney and David Lodge. He has published many volumes of poetry, as well as a Selected Poems (Penguin), and he has received the Eric Gregory and Somerset Maugham Awards. He has translated Montale, Novalis and Cocteau, and written critical studies of Rimbaud, de Sade and Lautréamont. Reed is also a noted writer on pop culture.

About the Author:

Jeremy Reed was born in Jersey, Channel Islands, and read for his PhD at the University of Essex. He is widely acknowledged as the most imaginatively gifted British poet of his generation, praised by Seamus Heaney for his 'rich and careful writing' and by David Lodge for his remarkable lyric gift’. Björk simply called his work the most beautiful, outrageously brilliant poetry in the world’. His Selected Poems were published by Penguin in 1987. Subsequent collections have been Nineties (Cape, 1990), Dicing for Pearls (1990), Pop Stars (1994), Sweet Sister Lyric (1996), Saint Billie (2001), Duck and Sally Inside (2004) and This is How You Disappear (2007), all from Enitharmon Press. He has also published Heartbreak Hotel (Orion, 2002), a verse biography of Elvis Presley. Jeremy Reed is currently Marine Society Poet Laureate.

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