Between Eden and the Open Road by Philip Gaber

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… clearly the work of a man with a poetic outlook and impulse. But if poetry demands, as Alexander Pope famously noted, both sound and sense, the former is elusive here.
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Teasingly mysterious, preposterously sparse, this collection of imperfect art populaire is brought to you in surrealist Technicolor. Read these small tales from the unconscious with unafraid eyes, when you're barely tired or leading a life of sloth or on the threshold of maturity struggling to find a place outside yourself or if you've just woken up and can't believe what's become of your life.
 

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Philip Gaber currently lives and works in North Carolina. He spends the majority of his day attempting to reconcile differences between his conscious and subconscious. In his spare time he tries not to drift around his community as an invisible spirit or juggle more than a handful of moral dilemmas at a time.
 
Published June 23, 2012 by Philip Gaber. 185 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction. Non-fiction
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… clearly the work of a man with a poetic outlook and impulse. But if poetry demands, as Alexander Pope famously noted, both sound and sense, the former is elusive here.

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