Tuesday, May 04, 2021

Plain purl

 The big plane trees are underfoot, also called sycamore possibly. The month of May remains warm.
Winter reading ahead. Richard Flanagan, a Man Booker prize winner, is a writer who is easy to read, quite an amazing introduction for a relative novice to books that say something.
He identifies the themes, dare I say,  of our lived experience, it is uncanny, our same thoughts and reactions on many a page. As well as that are far flung excruciating dramas. Some little scenes are Australian to the core yet universal.

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