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Curve of The Moon is a haunting exploration of individual and collective voices. It deals with life as lived at the edges, where myth and reality overlap in an untamed landscape, where earth-mother sonnets curve around a moonland of dreams. Monahan's belief that we are essentially alone prevails throughout the collection and the truths of yesterday are questioned alongside the false gods of modern times. Monahan enters a psychic wasteland, creates bridges that give access to a youthful reimagining of the past, and raises the voices of a forgotten community to full poetic chorus.

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ISBN:
9781907056383
Author:
Monahan, Noel
Publisher:
Salmon Publishing
Subject:
English, Irish, Scottish, Welsh
Subject:
Anthologies-United Kingdom Poetry
Publication Date:
20100931
Binding:
TRADE PAPER
Language:
English
Pages:
120

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"Synopsis" by , Curve of The Moon is a haunting exploration of individual and collective voices. It deals with life as lived at the edges, where myth and reality overlap in an untamed landscape, where earth-mother sonnets curve around a moonland of dreams. Monahan's belief that we are essentially alone prevails throughout the collection and the truths of yesterday are questioned alongside the false gods of modern times. Monahan enters a psychic wasteland, creates bridges that give access to a youthful reimagining of the past, and raises the voices of a forgotten community to full poetic chorus.
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