Separation: A History

Separation A History The sequel to The Law of Second Marriages the best selling and critically acclaimed poetry book by Christine With terrifying sparseness and intensity as Cyril Wong observes Christine threads toget

  • Title: Separation: A History
  • Author: Christine Chia
  • ISBN: 9789810913717
  • Page: 441
  • Format: Paperback
  • The sequel to The Law of Second Marriages, the best selling and critically acclaimed poetry book by Christine With terrifying sparseness and intensity , as Cyril Wong observes, Christine threads together stories of the Separation between Singapore and Malaysia with the separation between her parents Her searing vision, ambitious and intimate, opens up emotional spaces iThe sequel to The Law of Second Marriages, the best selling and critically acclaimed poetry book by Christine With terrifying sparseness and intensity , as Cyril Wong observes, Christine threads together stories of the Separation between Singapore and Malaysia with the separation between her parents Her searing vision, ambitious and intimate, opens up emotional spaces in unlikely places.

    • [PDF] Separation: A History | by ✓ Christine Chia
      441 Christine Chia


    About “Christine Chia

    • Christine Chia

      Christine Chia is the author of The Law of Second Marriages Math Paper Press, 2011 and 2014 She is the co editor of a forthcoming poetry anthology A Luxury We Cannot Afford Math Paper Press, end 2014 and a featured writer at the Singapore Literature Festival in New York Oct 10 12, 2014 Christine contributes poetry variously to such projects and publications as Prairie Schooner, softblow, Blue Lyra Review, Drift Index and the Substation Love Letters Project.



    656 thoughts on “Separation: A History

    • Sat down and read Christine Chia s new volume of verse, SEPARATION A HISTORY Ethos Books, 2014 , in one sitting.A bold juxtaposition of family dynamics at the individual and national levels, it succeeds but for a few oddly placed poems perhaps filler in evoking a sort of stereoscopic vision, with the reader having to hold both scales in mind at the same time The big picture never quite resolves clearly but this astigmatic effect is perhaps not inappropriate for a collection about the disjunctive [...]


    • I really needed to step away from the book so many times because there was so much raw emotion just spilling onto the pages It was incredibly moving and if I had the guts to face all the emotion in one go, it would have been done in one siting.


    Leave a Reply

    Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *