Literature & literary studies:

Growing with the Shadows

Poems

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Growing with the Shadows by Raymond Fenech
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"In my reading of Growing With the Shadows, most of all I visualized a man of infinite suffering, greatly affected by Life or Death, nonetheless without losing hope and that ceaseless struggle towards the light... Many times, Fenech is a man bordering on the grim reaper's realm, yet also a concerned environmentalist worried about the relentless action of his fellow men against nature and the conservation of places, as well as the lost values, both material and spiritual... I was enraptured by Fenech s poems because he took me on a time traveling experience at roller-coaster speed. A cursory read of the book would lead any impromptu reader to want to separate some poems from others but after you read them all, you realize that it cannot be done: the poems stand and flare on their own right as a necessary and sweeping monolithic comet. They belong with each other, and with the author. Each seems to have been carved with Fenech s blood, entrails and experiences of a sensitive poet slit by what he sees and feels, and his need to display things as they are, crude and raw, presenting characters and events as they happened." (Prof. Miguel ngel Oliv Iglesias, Associate Professor at the Holguin University, Cuba)

Author Biography

Raymond Fenech embarked on his writing career as a freelance journalist at 18 and worked for the leading newspapers, The Times and Sunday Times of Malta. He edited two nation-wide distributed magazines and his poems, articles, essays and short stories have been featured in numerous publications in 13 countries. His research on ghosts has appeared in The International Directory of the Most Haunted Places, published by Penguin Books, USA.
Release date NZ
May 8th, 2018
Pages
250
Illustrations
Illustrations, black and white
Imprint
Adelaide Books
Dimensions
152x229x14
ISBN-13
9781732074286
Product ID
28053206

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