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Simmering Storms brings the giftedly poetic voice of a Zimbabwean writer, Tholiwe Ndebele. A poignant collections of the emotional storms within us, Simmering Storms is about what matters most to us. Quite simple, you just can’t stop reading at one poem, you are compelled to read the rest, probably in one sitting. The poems, mostly dramatic monologues, are an eye-opener into the way we make sense of things and break the silence on many issues at the same time inviting us to question our attitudes and values. For example Girl Power celebrates the girl-child excelling in stem cell research, a field usually associated with men. Istanbul Vibes and Turkish Tulips are expressions of great love for the vibrant city and for the students. Other poems such as Broken Birds deal with the lack of voice and dignity of refugees and Gender Genocide is a form of protest poetry against male suppression. There are also a significant proportion of poems delving into different expressions of love such as first favourable first impressions Gruff Voice, through to hot passion Reeling Kiss and then dying love Quiet Storm and finally disdain Empty Shell. Ndebele’s style of writing is both rhythmic and as well as conversational thus making this eclectic compilation a page turner and accessible to e

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9781986210867
ISBN (ISBN-10): 1986210863
Livro de bolso
Ano de publicação: 2018
Editor/Editora: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform

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Página de detalhes modificada pela última vez em 2019-06-17T16:08:03+01:00 (Lisbon)
Número ISBN/EAN: 1986210863

Número ISBN - Ortografia alternativa:
1-9862-1086-3, 978-1-9862-1086-7


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