The Heartless Trafffic

The Heartless Trafffic by Jeremy Robson


ISBN
9781916139220
Published
Binding
Paperback
Pages
200
Dimensions
127 x 197mm

After breaking a thirty-five year writer’s block with two books in quick succession, Jeremy Robson selects the best of his poems from a long life in poetry, including his first books from the early 1960s, his recent collections Blues in the Park and Subject Matters and some fifty new poems. The Heartless Traffic is a book about childhood haunts, Jewish roots, youthful passions and the rumbling of war; about nights in Soho, Venice, Paris and Rome, the mysteries of Cairo and the alleyways of Jerusalem; and about some of the artists Robson was close to over the years.  Witty and fond, original and compelling, The Heartless Traffic is a book about change and regret, politics and jazz, love and loss, as Robson looks at a world under threat and listens to the ‘the heartless traffic / in its endless race to God knows where.’
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After breaking a thirty-five year writer’s block with two books in quick succession, Jeremy Robson selects the best of his poems from a long life in poetry, including his first books from the early 1960s, his recent collections Blues in the Park and Subject Matters and some fifty new poems. The Heartless Traffic is a book about childhood haunts, Jewish roots, youthful passions and the rumbling of war; about nights in Soho, Venice, Paris and Rome, the mysteries of Cairo and the alleyways of Jerusalem; and about some of the artists Robson was close to over the years.  Witty and fond, original and compelling, The Heartless Traffic is a book about change and regret, politics and jazz, love and loss, as Robson looks at a world under threat and listens to the ‘the heartless traffic / in its endless race to God knows where.’
ISBN:
9781916139220
Publication Date:
01 / 02 / 2020
Pages:
200
Dimensions:
127 x 197mm

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