Hoard

Hoard

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Jaime Robles' newest collection, Hoard, invites the reader to investigate the permeability of boundaries, those that connect and divide lovers, as well as the ones that contain buried treasures. The book explores how we pattern expectation, hope and loss with the same intricacy and devotion to detail and expressiveness that we use when we craft gold objects and that typifies the writing process. How these same expectations and limits are buried in one's mind/body-or, in the case of the Hoxne hoard, in the earth to be spared harm and recovered-is the central motif of this beautifully crafted book. (Maxine Chernoff)
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Product details

  • Paperback | 82 pages
  • 140 x 216 x 4mm | 116g
  • Exeter, United Kingdom
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1848612826
  • 9781848612822
  • 2,788,222

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About Jaime Robles

Jaime Robles published Anime, Animus, Anima with Shearsman in 2010. She has produced many of her texts as artist books, including Loup d'Oulipo (Woodland Editions, 2002) and Letters from Overseas (Woodland Editions, 2010). She wrote the libretto for Ann Callaway's one-act opera Vladimir in Butterfly Country which premiered in 2011.
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