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perfume para hombre solo I came across Eunice De Souza’s work quite by chance. Someone posted a photo of her poem ‘Marriages are made’ on Facebook and I was suddenly on a wild goose chase to get ahold of her published books. source site
I decided to start with this Penguin collection to see if the rest of her poetry held up. It did! http://www.sme-ae.it/?bioske=verita-si-opzioni-binarie&cdc=bb
Her work is similar to that of Kamala Surraya’s (another one of my favorites) in that it is very Indian, very honest and very inclined to be provocative.
As a poet, she was brusque and brutal and her poetry delved into themes that easily evoked this nature in her. Death,grief, feminism, love, family are all recurring themes but with a grim Eunice touch.
I’ll probably re- read this collection at some point for I’m sure a lot of it went over my head.
All in all, some splendid poetry!
Favourite poems – Conversation piece, He speaks, Don’t look for my life in these poems , Grandmother.
see P.S – I was heartbroken to hear about the poetess’s death in July and hope to read more of her work in the coming year.http://www.chezlucas.fr/?rtywwew=site-de-rencontre-anglais-100-gratuit&c6e=83