Ann Drysdale Three-Three, Two-Two, Five-Six

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Three-Three, Two-Two, Five-Six

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Ann Drysdale
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Drysdale, Ann
Published by Cinnamon Press, Gwynedd, Wales, United Kingdom (2007)
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Book Description Cinnamon Press, Gwynedd, Wales, United Kingdom, 2007. Trade paperback. Book Condition: Very good. Mike Fortune-Wood (Cover Design) and Philip Gray ( (illustrator). Presumed First Edition, First printing. 155, [5] pages. Illustrations. Foreword by Raymond Tallis. Small ink mark on front cover. Inscribed by author on title page. A mixture of narrative and poetry. Ann Drysdale is an acclaimed poet, non fiction writer and journalist. She was born near Manchester, brought up in London, married in Birmingham, ran a small holding and raised three children on the North York Moors and lives half way up a mountain in South Wales. She was a journalist for many years writing, among other things, the longest-running by-line column for the Yorkshire Evening Post. She has won many prizes for her writing and written several poetry collections and non-fiction books, including the two-part memoir Three-three, two-two, five-six and Discussing Wittgenstein, described by Professor Raymond Tallis as a 'masterpiece'. A masterpiece striking a perfect balance between the metaphysical, physical, emotional and institutional aspects of serious illness. This work presents the balance between love and fear, distance and closeness, observation and empathy, humor and despair, something very rare in literature that is also persuasive advocacy on a matter of the most urgent practical concern. Bookseller Inventory # 73971

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