Collages: a novel, Volume 1

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Swallow Press, 1964 - Fiction - 122 pages
24 Reviews
Collages is a handful of perfectly told fables, and prose which is so daringly elaborate, so accurately timed...using words as magnificently colorful, evocative and imagist as any plastic combination or canvas but as mysteriously idiosyncratic as any abstract.

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User Review  - Danielle Denise - Goodreads

This book is both simplistic and abstract; poetic and practical. I love how artistic this book is. There, exists in 'Collages', a silver cords of consciousness that bind reader and characters together ... Read full review

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User Review  - Bill Glover - Goodreads

Fun to read. I was thinking about what it was about the words she chooses. Ultimately its what she leaves out. This book is non-linear, which is good for Americans to be exposed to. It also contains zero bullshit. I would re-read this; maybe when its warmer out. Read full review

Contents

Section 1
7
Section 2
11
Section 3
27
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