Paperback ↠ Deep Field eBook Þ

Paperback ↠ Deep Field eBook Þ



10 thoughts on “Deep Field

  1. Ruth Ruth says:

    Extraordinary set of poems around interlocking themes Simultaneously accessible and profound Connections to daily life such as, the asphasia poems and the Alzheimers art project I m working on Or being reminded of the Deep Field Hubble poems whilst watching Gravity it turns out darkness is the hardestthing to find.


  2. Chris Wardhaugh Chris Wardhaugh says:

    This is a wonderful collection Sometimes with collections about personal loss I feel a little uncomfortable, voyeuristic even Not in this case There is tenderness and love, but also a balance with rhythm, form and images making things interesting poetically.


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Deep Field ❮BOOKS❯ ✭ Deep Field Author Philip Gross – Capitalsoftworks.co.uk In his nineties Philip Gross s father, a wartime refugee, began to lose his several languages, first to deafness, then profound aphasia Deeply thought as well as deeply felt, these poems reach into th In his nineties Philip Gross s father, a wartime refugee, began to lose his several languages, first to deafness, then profound aphasia Deeply thought as well as deeply felt, these poems reach into that gulf to find him through recovery of histories both spoken and unspoken as well as an excavation of the spoken word itself Readers who admired Philip Gross s subtlety and range in his TS Eliot Prize winning collection The Water Table will find those qualities brought to a new human urgency in the compelling sequences of Deep FieldA Poetry Society recommendation.

10 thoughts on “Deep Field

  1. Ruth Ruth says:

    Extraordinary set of poems around interlocking themes Simultaneously accessible and profound Connections to daily life such as, the asphasia poems and the Alzheimers art project I m working on Or being reminded of the Deep Field Hubble poems whilst watching Gravity it turns out darkness is the hardestthing to find.

  2. Chris Wardhaugh Chris Wardhaugh says:

    This is a wonderful collection Sometimes with collections about personal loss I feel a little uncomfortable, voyeuristic even Not in this case There is tenderness and love, but also a balance with rhythm, form and images making things interesting poetically.

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