We Lack A Word

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Lulu Enterprises Incorporated, 2007 - Poetry - 112 pages
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A collection of rhythmic prose and poetry written in 1973 while a student in Toronto. -- "The reader forms an attachment to the author/narrator as the parts meld into a story. The majority of the work is one- to two-page vignettes that create almost a novel in verse... Absorbing, an otherwise intriguing window into history." - Kirkus Discoveries-- "We Lack a Word is definitely a book for seekers and thinkers. A thought-provoking book that stimulates one's intellect. The poetry-all of it-is excellent and meaningful. Readers will be captivated by the vibrant description and the effortless motion of the flowing words... An imagination that exceeds the norm." - IP Book Reviewers

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User Review  - Jane Doe - Kirkus

Thibault unearths, generally with success, a series of rhythmic prose that he wrote in 1973.When Thibault was 22 years old, he wrote this series of poems and rhythmic prose while living in Canada ... Read full review

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