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"The Demon of Providence" is a dramatic poem by American poet, Cassandra Tribe. The poem is printed as a parallel text in both English and French and includes notes from the author on the poem and the video performance (available Oct 09). Included in the notes is a concise glossary of the Victorian Language of the Fan. (about the Demon) In the cosmology Tribe creates, each person is given one Angel and one Demon to follow them through all of their soul's lives to encourage them to make such choices as will bring them back into union with the Divine. But in the hands of Tribe, the Demon has become a figure of heroic longing. Her Demon strives to share with the Lady he is to challenge, the secret he has discovered so she may finally bring an end to her search for meaning. But can he convince her to not just listen, but to make the choice he presents so that they will both be set free?
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Cassandra Tribe has been recognized as one of the top performance poets of the decade and as a rising contemporary dramatic poet. She maintains the daily blog, loveandwords, on which she explores everything from writing, to human rights to everyday life. She resides in Providence, Rhode Island, with her cat, Book, and is embarking on a new poetic work, The City of Love.
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Book Description CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, 2009. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M1449526756