Download Dead Redhead epub book
ISBN:1852245654
Author: Tracey Herd
ISBN13: 978-1852245658
Title: Dead Redhead
Format: docx rtf txt lrf
ePUB size: 1237 kb
FB2 size: 1874 kb
DJVU size: 1436 kb
Language: English
Category: Poetry
Publisher: Bloodaxe Books Ltd; 1st Ed. edition (December 10, 2001)
Pages: 78

Dead Redhead by Tracey Herd



Dead Redhead is a Book of the Dead in which the women have the starring roles, from Ophelia and Marilyn to girl detective Nancy Drew. The heroines celebrated in Tracey Herd's dramatically powerful poems are all hunted or haunted by people or powers beyond their control. And so they die at the hands of serial killers and revolutionaries, or ravaged by murderous fame, or the Dead Redhead is a Book of the Dead in which the women have the starring roles, from Ophelia and Marilyn to girl detective Nancy Drew

Dead Redhead is a Book of the Dead in which the women have the starring roles, from Ophelia and Marilyn to girl detective Nancy Drew. The heroines celebrated in Tracey Herd’s dramatically powerful poems are all hunted or haunted by people or powers beyond their control. And so they die at the hands of serial killers and revolutionaries, or ravaged by murderous fame, or they take their own lives. But all are vibrant, defiant women who give themselves to life, only to be betrayed by those they believe as well as by their own dreams. Tracey Herd’s second collection develops her unique concerns.

Download Dead redhead Tracey Herd leave here couple of words about this book: Tags . On this site it is impossible to download the book, read the book online or get the contents of a book. The administration of the site is not responsible for the content of the site. The data of catalog based on open source database. All rights are reserved by their owners. Download book Dead redhead, Tracey Herd online for free.

Tracey Herd is a poet who is concerned with perception and memory – in particular, how our subjectivities warp and magnify specific elements of our experiences over time. Dead Redhead, Herd’s second collection with Bloodaxe, was published in 2001, when it was named a Poetry Book Society Recommendation. In 2002 Herd collaborated on a short opera, Descent, with the composer Gordon McPherson for Paragon Ensemble – it was later performed at the Traverse Theatre in Glasgow.

Dead Redhead by Tracey Herd. This piece is 1,500 words or about four printed pages long. If anything Herd’s poetry is overly directed toward her obsessions.

Tracey Herd (born 1968) is a Scottish poet based in Dundee. Herd graduated from the University of Dundee in English and American Studies in 1991. Herd's early works were published in anthologies such as New Women Poets (Bloodaxe Books, 1990), Eric, Gairfish (Duende: A Dundee Anthology, 1991), The Gregory Anthology 1991-1993, (Sinclair-Stevenson, 1993).

Download pdf book by Tracey Herd - Free eBooks. Get eBOOK Dead Redhead. Find and Download Book.

Tracey Herd has published three collections with Bloodaxe: No Hiding Place (1996), which was shortlisted for the Forward Prize for Best First Collection; Dead Redhead (2001), a Poetry Book Society Recommendation; and Not in This World (2015), a Poetry Book Society Choice shortlisted for the . The Afternoon Shift Are Leaving the Port Talbot Steelworks. Breakfast at Tiffany’s. Spring in the Valley of the Racehorse.

Tracey Herd is a poet. She received an Eric Gregory Award in 1993 and a Scottish Arts Council bursary in 1995. Her first collection, No Hiding Place (Bloodaxe, 1996), was shortlisted for the Forward Prize for ‘Best First Collection’. Between 1998 and 2001, Tracey was Creative Writing Fellow at Dundee University. Dead Redhead, her second collection with Bloodaxe, appeared in 2001 and was a Poetry Book Society Recommendation

Dead Redhead continues to work with the influences of detective stories and film noir that gave her first collection its dark, obsessive tone. Here is a Book of the Dead in which the women have the starring roles, from Ophelia and Marilyn to Nancy Drew. The heroines celebrated in these dramatically powerful poems are all haunted by people or powers beyond their control. And so they die at the hands of serial killers and revolutionaries, or ravaged by murderous fame, or they take their own lives. But all are vibrant, defiant women who give themselves to life, only to be betrayed by those they believe, as well as by their own dreams.