Taboo

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Xlibris Corporation, Aug 22, 2011 - Poetry - 51 pages
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In traditional societies, there existed and still exist clear rules around the way specifi c relationships should work; and these rules determined whether any emotional attachment could develop or not. In Western society today, with its emphasis on the signifi cance of the individuals emotions, these boundaries may blur. Taboo tells the story of one such blurring. The true-life nature of this relationship is not important here, rather its specifi c and intimate journey
 

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Contents

prologue
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epilogue
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Jane Cornish grew up in England until her family moved to South Africa in the early 1970s. She has travelled often to Greece, and has a strong attachment to that country and its culture. She is apracticing contemporary visual artist with a fascination for creative work that has a strong but subtle narrative element.Although Jane Cornish has written creatively for many years, mainly in preparation for art making, this is her fi rst formal collection of poems. Jane Cornish lives and works in Johannesburg.

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