Our Lady of the Flowers, Echoic reviewed at Lemon Hound

Chris_Tysh_Author_Photo_1Heather Cromarty reviews Our Lady of the Flowers, Echoic by Chris Tysh at Lemon Hound, dissecting the text’s minutae in relation to Genet’s work. As Cromarty concludes:

If the goal was to take source material and imprint it, I believe Tysh was incredibly successful. Our Lady is surely changed, more jaded perhaps, but no less beautiful than it’s ever been. Our Lady of Flowers, Echoic is a profane, non-sensual translation of a deeply sacrilegious and corporeal work.

The article is available online at Lemon Hound.


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