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Black Sugar Gay, Lesbian & Heterosexual Love Poems by Jeremy Reed

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Published by Peter Owen Publishers .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Works by individual poets: from c 1900 -,
  • Poetry,
  • English, Irish, Scottish, Welsh,
  • Erotic poetry, English

Book details:

The Physical Object
FormatPaperback
Number of Pages128
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL7861464M
ISBN 100720608716
ISBN 109780720608717
OCLC/WorldCa30035827

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Black Sugar is a beautiful generational saga akin to One Hundred Years of Solitude or The House of the Spirits. Although at times it strays too close to the beats of these magnificent works, Bonnefoy never loses his own voice and continues to write with strokes of brilliant colours and sounds. Book review: Black Sugar - Miguel Bonnefoy Black Sugar by Miguel Bonnefoy is an original and thought-provoking read that begins with a pirate ship stranded in the canopy of a tropical rainforest. On board is Captain Henry Morgan, on his death bed, surrounded by the riches he has accumulated throughout his lifetime as a pirate - treasures that Author: Cheryl Pasquier. Black Sugar, by Miguel Bonnefoy is an astonishing novel about the rise and fall of a family over time. The author transports the reader to Latin America and immerses them in the environment completely. The village is small and has such a languid feeling at the start of the book that it’s almost a surprise when a new character arrives. Gallic Books, The opening image of Miguel Bonnefoy’s Black Sugar — a pirate ship marooned in the canopy of a rainforest — invites the suspension of disbelief necessary to fully appreciating the rest of the book.. Black Sugar is best described as an exemplar of magical realism told so confidently that it could almost be true. With his second novel, Bonnefoy has mythologized the.