Wednesday, May 11, 2011

Recommended Reading: Richard Froude "The Girl Who Fell Through the Ice" ~ Witness

Richard Froude's "The Girl Who Fell Through the Ice" also appears in Witness and tells, in passages of vivid moments and experiences, a timeline of its narrator. The structure of the piece is fractured by white space and time but made coherent through connecting imagery and metaphor patterns. It explains the writer's imagination and growth and suicidal thoughts, and ends with an affirmation of storytelling. Highly recommended.



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Ash Dogs, a novel

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