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The Rage In Albion

Cecelia Peters

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ISBN 10: 1491801069 / ISBN 13: 9781491801062
Published by AuthorHouseUK, 2013
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Title: The Rage In Albion

Publisher: AuthorHouseUK

Publication Date: 2013

Binding: Paperback

Book Condition: Good

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Carrying on from where she left of with 'The Muse', Cecelia Peters' eagerly awaited collection 'The Rage in Albion' ventures once more into the real, taking readers to another place with splendid fantasy, stark observations and uncompromising reality. With the title poem 'The Rage in Albion' Peters pens eloquently her observations of the curious and enigmatic "homeless man under the bridge", whose placards have become his voice, so far read in over 20 countries, this is Peters' most famous rhyme to date. Thrillingly dark and evocative, she uplifts the reader giving a feeling of awe and enchantment, then gradually back down to reality with graceful melancholy. Peters introduces new characters to intrigue, such as the well publicised, 'The Woman Who Cried', and a tribute to Paul Sweeney, the London Hackney Carriage Driver, 'The Driving Seat of Knowledge', together with the un-noticing 'Janet,' the much maligned 'Lizzie' and the inimitable 'Cool Breeze'. Similarly, with 'The Guide' Peters takes readers to her most secret place. Part story and part rhyme 'The Guide' shows a side of the Poet rarely seen, guiding you through each stage of her recurring dream, and spiritual encounter. Enchanting and thought provoking, 'The Rage in Albion' combines the real with the surreal. Once again a fitting tribute to the 'Bardess of Langley' whose fearless approach has become her trademark.

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Cecelia Peters has been writing all her life. Starting with her first rhyme at the age of 7, written during a class project, and encouraged by her Teacher and her Father, she continued and never stopped. A former Paralegal and a divorced mother of two sons, and using her family name of Cecelia Grant-Peters she runs her own business, Bardess of Langley, from her home village of Langley, in Berkshire, England, running poetry workshops and readings in schools and other institutions of learning. A lifelong contributor to journals, magazines and newspapers her work is stark and uncompromising and regularly featured on the Internet, where she has a Facebook Page, Cecelia's Poetry Page, encouraging fellow authors and friends to contribute their own rhymes and works. Her most famous poem 'The Rage In Albion' has had readers commenting in over 20 countries and counting, and has been read to over 15,000 children in schools and institutions of learning, and is used in G.C.S.E. assessments.

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