Jeremy Reed (born 1951) is a Jersey-born poet, novelist, biographer and literary critic. Reed has published over 50 works in 25 years.
Jeremy Reed (born 1951) is a Jersey-born poet, novelist, biographer and literary critic. He has written more than two dozen books of poetry, 12 novels, and volumes of literary and music criticism. He has also published translations of Montale, Cocteau, Nasrallah, Adonis, Bogary and Hölderlin.
FREE shipping on qualifying offers. Award-winning poet and novelist Jeremy Reed postulates the secret life of Isidore Ducasse, also known as Le Comte de Lautreamont.
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Find nearly any book by Jeremy Reed (page 2). Marc Almond: The Last Star. ISBN 9781840680065 (978-1-84068-006-5) Softcover, Creation Books, 1999.
Jeremy Reed is widely acknowledged as the most imaginatively gifted British poet of his generation. Kicks is my favourite Jeremy Reed book. It's a collection of poems, translations, essays, and prose pieces on Marc Almond, David Bowie, . Ballard, Lorca and Andy Warhol. Cover painting by William S. Burroughs.
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An imaginative novel recreating the life of Isidore Ducasse, The self-styled Comte de Lautreamont who he died under mysterious circumstances in 1871
An imaginative novel recreating the life of Isidore Ducasse, The self-styled Comte de Lautreamont who he died under mysterious circumstances in 1871. Published by Thriftbooks.
An imaginative novel recreating the life of Isidore Ducasse, the self-styled Comte de Lautreamont who he died under mysterious circumstances in 1871. He left almost no clues to his existence, except the explosive, astonishing prose poem, Les Chants de Maldoror, precursor to the works of the Surrealists. Reed evokes a fictional life of the notorious Comte extraordinary for its concentration of poetic power and for its excursions into the psychological hells of the underworld.
Jeremy Thomas Reed is an American former professional baseball outfielder in Major League Baseball. Reed was drafted by the Chicago White Sox as the 59th overall pick (2nd round) of the 2002 MLB Draft. In 2003, he was honored as the minor league player of the year, batting. 333 for Single-A Winston-Salem in 66 games an. 09 for Double-A Birmingham in 65 games. He led all major league center fielders in range factor (305) in 2005. In March 2006, Reed injured his wrist when he ran into the padding in the outfield attempting to make a catch.
Isidore is a truly exceptional and powerful work, an electric testament to the imagination and the importance of 'hallucinated' literature above all other. In the absence of a true biography of Ducasse, it provides an unprecedented insight into the enigma surrounding this legendary figure and the creation of his notorious literary masterpiece.