THE BIRTH, LIFE AND DEATH OF THE CIRCUS WIRE DANCER ISADORA
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- KAROLINA ELEONORA GAL
The Birth, Life and Death of the Circus Wire Dancer Isadora Doner Graf is the book of the most dark and sensual gothic poetry you could encounter in the desolate worlds of literature. The poet's multitudinous faces and voices linger through the lines of poems and generate the phantasmagoric worlds of unfulfilled desires, deadly dream-like spaces and visions, and words which, in their beautiful darkness, struggle to transcendent the absurd exsistence of love and death in this world. Consisting of poems that exclusively talk about love, erotic desire and death, this book will engage you with the beautiful mysticism of poetic images, and with its intricate web of postmodernist allusions and citations, which lead your imagination beyond life. The everlasting struggle between Eros and Thanathos becomes alive in this book of poetry, and you should find courage and satisfy your desire to enter the extravagant literary world of the circus wire dancer Isadora.