Everything Is A Deathly Flower, by Maneo Mohale Bridge Books

Everything Is A Deathly Flower, by Maneo Mohale

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Book Title
Everything Is A Deathly Flower, by Maneo Mohale
Author
Bridge Books
ISBN
9780639810829
In one of the most anticipated debut collections of recent years, Maneo Mohale reckons boldly with the experience of - and the reconstruction of a life after - a sexual assault.Mohale's unapologetic and disarming voice carries through a budding and blooming garden of poetics, rooted in a contemporary southern African tradition, but springing forth in queer and radical new directions. Indeed, this is a work encompassing the full, often contradictory, and seldom complete process of healing: where relations must be chosen as well as made; where time becomes non-linear and language insufficient; where nothing is what it seems, yet everything is what it is.
In one of the most anticipated debut collections of recent years, Maneo Mohale reckons boldly with the experience of - and the reconstruction of a life after - a sexual assault.

Mohale's unapologetic and disarming voice carries through a budding and blooming garden of poetics, rooted in a contemporary southern African tradition, but springing forth in queer and radical new directions. Indeed, this is a work encompassing the full, often contradictory, and seldom complete process of healing: where relations must be chosen as well as made; where time becomes non-linear and language insufficient; where nothing is what it seems, yet everything is what it is.
In one of the most anticipated debut collections of recent years, Maneo Mohale reckons boldly with the experience of - and the reconstruction of a life after - a sexual assault.

Mohale's unapologetic and disarming voice carries through a budding and blooming garden of poetics, rooted in a contemporary southern African tradition, but springing forth in queer and radical new directions. Indeed, this is a work encompassing the full, often contradictory, and seldom complete process of healing: where relations must be chosen as well as made; where time becomes non-linear and language insufficient; where nothing is what it seems, yet everything is what it is.