In compiling Talk of the Tamarinds, A.N.Forde cites the words of George Macbeth "The poet constantly wishes to acheive control over experience and words in such a way that you can make something absolutely new." The poems in this anthology bring together the special feelings of the poet and the qualities and ingredients of language to define experience in a completely new way. The way in which the poems have been selected and grouped thematically assists the reader in developing a deeper understanding of the poetic form and facilitates classroom and individual study.
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Book Description Edward Arnold, London, 1981. Soft cover. Book Condition: Good. reprint. This book was issues as a school text, with usual stamps and numbers. Cover worn, spine faded; paper spotting, edges yellowing, some creasing. Sound, with strong linen texture cover. Bookseller Inventory # C01633