Gothic Trilogy

by R. N. Taylor The Red Salon, 2014 The first thing that is noticeable about Robert Taylor’s Gothic Trilogy is the layout and design of the book. It is exceptionally well designed, with visually pleasing typography that is both aesthetic and non-obtrusive. The paper quality is also high, much higher

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King Alfred’s Jewel

Poetry of the Imagination and Imaginative Photography David Hamilton   King Alfred’s Jewel commences with an in-depth analysis of a diverse selection of poetry ranging from Wordsworth to Elliot. Hamilton here raises the erudite point that “New literary movements announce their arrival by denouncing the contemporary orthodoxy.”[1] Even in traditional

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