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13 Fairy Negro Tales (Mouthmark) ➷ [Reading] ➹ 13 Fairy Negro Tales (Mouthmark) By Inua Ellams ➬ – Natus-physiotherapy.co.uk The second in the ground breaking mouthmark series, Fairy Negro Tales is a vibrant pamphlet of contemporary poetry In language scooped directly from a paintbrush, Inua Ellams announced his arrival on The second in the ground breaking mouthmark series,Fairy Negro Tales is a vibrant pamphlet of contemporary poetry In language scooped directly from a paintbrush, Inua Ellams announced his arrival on the poetry scene, with what has become a runaway bestseller Written in language that has roots in Keats, hip hop rhymes and Shakespearean 13 Fairy Kindle - narrative,Fairy Negro Tales has sold overcopies since its release.


10 thoughts on “13 Fairy Negro Tales (Mouthmark)

  1. Bethany Saunders Bethany Saunders says:

    I believe in the existence of police brutality.The fatalities of men, darker than bluehave danced through the vapours of my inkwellshave lanced through the shells of truth I wanted to give this collection 5 stars, because it has so much potential Although Ellams is clearly gifted and incredibly ambitious he falls into the pitfalls of clich and unnecessary repetition a lot There are moments of 13 Fairy Negro Tales that are outstanding, and it is different to any collection of poetry I haveI believe in the existence of police brutality.The fatalities of men, darker than bluehave danced through the vapours of my inkwellshave lanced through the shells of truth I wanted to give this collection 5 stars, because it has so much potential Although Ellams is clearly gifted and incredibly ambitious he falls into the pitfalls of clich and unnecessary repetition a lot There are moments of 13 Fairy Negro Tales that are outstanding, and it is different to any collection of poetry I have ever read, rendering it fresh, nuanced and extraordinarily modern I love the interweaving of Fairy tale, Greek mythology, Shakespeare, Bible tales and the 21st century there are passages on Nike, hip hop, street walkers, working class mothers and fatherless young men looking to make their mark on the world I believe Ellams is a brilliant writer, but what he writes could beraw could strip back the layers of mythology and focus on feeling but this is just my preference.I love the rhythm of spoken word, it gives poetry life and makes it not an elitist art form as it s often believed , but something accessible, aspirational and necessary Poetry that strips away the mystique of obscuring language and gets to the heart of what matters is usually the best


  2. Nofar Spalter Nofar Spalter says:

    Interesting and beautiful and at times moving Would have gotten 5 stars if the quality wasconsistent As it is, it s like most records a few gems, a few good pieces and then a few poems that could have been left out Still, worth the read, even if you aren t a poetry fan.


  3. Nii Nii says:

    Much potential brimming from this d but.


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