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The poems in The Landing, Sinnett's first collection, reflect on a life divided in two by a move from England to Canada.

The poems in The Landing, Sinnett's first collection, reflect on a life divided in two by a move from England to Canada. Ontario's glacial landscape is the backdrop for a darkly humorous, often unsettling look at the nature of love and commitment at the end of the twentieth century.

Mark Sinnett was born in Oxford, England, in 1963. He moved to Canada in 1980 and earned a film degree at Queen's University in Kingston, Ontario. He is the author of Some Late Adventure Of The Feelings and The Landing, both of which are collections of poetry

Mark Sinnett was born in Oxford, England, in 1963. He is the author of Some Late Adventure Of The Feelings and The Landing, both of which are collections of poetry. Currently he resides in Toronto. Библиографические данные. Landing Harbinger Poetry Series (Том 4).

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I could see the phrase "Our Court, our land!" flying from their sculpted mouths again and again. The vampires were unimpressed. Their arms were crossed and their chins tipped up, cold smirks painted upon their lips. Nobody wandered too close or stared for too long at the four individuals waiting aloof from the noisy scene. The tallest of their number was staring at the moon as if he could feel the tug of the lunar revolutions animating.

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Mark Sinnett is a Canadian poet, novelist and short story writer. Originally from England, Sinnett moved to Canada as a teenager in 1980. He won the Gerald Lampert Award in 1998 for his poetry collection The Landing, and the Toronto Book Award in 2010 for his novel The Carnivore. He is currently based in Kingston, Ontario, where he also works as a real estate agent.

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The poems in The Landing, Sinnett's first collection, reflect on a life divided in two by a move from England to Canada. Ontario's glacial landscape is the backdrop for a darkly humorous, often unsettling look at the nature of love and commitment at the end of the twentieth century. This is a time when lurid close-ups of brain surgery are beamed into the home; when the sight of a woman pulling on her wool sweater drives a man mad; when a bored lover considers digging an escape tunnel through the backyard ...
The Landing (Harbinger Poetry Series) download epub
Poetry
Author: Mark Sinnett
ISBN: 0886293243
Category: Literature & Fiction
Subcategory: Poetry
Language: English
Publisher: Carleton University Press; 1 edition (March 15, 1997)
Pages: 59 pages