From the outset, Limestone Man is unashamedly the work of an author who thinks and feels and hears like a poet. No helpful preamble, no dates, no times, no what-where-why is provided to get things started. The reader is required to focus to trace and place the narrator, Richard Parry, as he moves like a […]
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