Main : England, India, myth, poetry
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‘I can think of plenty of adjectives to describe St. Suniti and the Dragon, but not a noun to go with them. It’s hilarious, witty, elegantly written, hugely inventive, fantastic, energetic... With work as original as this, it's easier to fling words at it than to say what it is or what it does.'U.A. Fanthorpe
‘... the feminist poet has eaten Brothers Grimm and reinvents the tropes of fairytale in witty, knowing conundrums. [There is] a subtle sly playfulness which merely grows on re-reading.’ Diva
‘With harsh lucidity and elegant irony, Namjoshi uses the paradigms of fable to instruct – and reconstruct – our social perceptions.’ M. Travis Lane
I remember how you were,
Midori and Âu Cô are international
but I am madness
and madness is me
it holds you captive
like a hapless bunny
caught in the headlights.
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