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This Book is in Good Condition. Clean Copy With Light Amount of Wear. 100% Guaranteed. Summary: This is the tale of the greatest poet ever. Incidentally, he doesn't actually write poetry. His poems are conceived in the creation of absurdity, the creation of drama within the drama of life, the creation of a new form of happiness. This unnamed and self-proclaimed poet staggers over a fifteen-day period virtually without sleep or nourishment as if in a dream state. He practically gives away all of his possessions, finds every way possible to ruin any human connections, and easily defends off any future opportunity for relationships or career ambitions. He falls and climbs into a sequence of events that could be described as painful or misfortunate if it wasn't under his own initiative. Our hero sees his misery as just a word that describes the beauty of living.Despite all of the poet's bravery against the norm, he still suffers from the hardest of all human adversities, which is change. He has found a way to merge art and life, but his real challenge is to find a way out of his own convictions.This book is about the artistic courage to risk everything for nothing. Codice inventario libreria

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Riassunto: This is the tale of the greatest poet ever. Incidentally, he doesn’t actually write poetry. His poems are conceived in the creation of absurdity, the creation of drama within the drama of life, the creation of a new form of happiness. This unnamed and self-proclaimed poet staggers over a fifteen-day period virtually without sleep or nourishment as if in a dream state. He practically gives away all of his possessions, finds every way possible to ruin any human connections, and easily defends off any future opportunity for relationships or career ambitions. He falls and climbs into a sequence of events that could be described as painful or misfortunate if it wasn’t under his own initiative. Our hero sees his misery as just a word that describes the beauty of living. Despite all of the poet’s bravery against the norm, he still suffers from the hardest of all human adversities, which is change. He has found a way to merge art and life, but his real challenge is to find a way out of his own convictions. This book is about the artistic courage to risk everything for nothing.

About the Author: Roof Alexander is an American novelist and short story writer, who describes his style as generational fiction. For over a decade he has been traveling the world and completing works that capture the identity of the millennial generation. Roof calls Brooklyn his home where he helps lead the current artistic movement with his novel To Be Heard: A Story about Williamsburg, Brooklyn. His first release is the short story collection titled, They Always Leave. Inspired by the people that so easily came in and out of his life while living in Central America and other places around the globe.

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