E-chap ï Revolver PDF Þ

E-chap ï Revolver PDF Þ


Revolver [Epub] ➟ Revolver Author Adam Fieled – Capitalsoftworks.co.uk from Adam Fieled's Revolver:

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10 thoughts on “Revolver

  1. Peter Peter says:

    I was disappointed with Revolver by Fieled, after having read Rubber Soul which I thought was smart. Clearly as a writer he is a one trick pony. Nothing new here. Sadly, like many young poets who seem unable to develop a personal, unique style in their writing, Fieled's work seems out-of-date by some 30 years. It belongs to the blank-verse poets of the 1970's: Bukowski, Locklin, Glatt, Webb. Simple sentences, lacking anything, any device we could call poetry, broken into fragments to mimic stanzas. Trite, derivative, no new thoughts, nothing original. We've heard this all before.


  2. Rachel Rachel says:

    Don't listen to my review, I'm biased - I simply don't like poetry that has no heart.


  3. Allyson Allyson says:

    I decided to take a look at this e-chap after seeing it crop up on my friends feed. The poems were pretty forgettable, unfortunately. I was distracted by the use of W as a placeholder for with (seemed too much like text message shorthand) and the nonsensical line breaks.


  4. Nina Nina says:

    Loved it!


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10 thoughts on “Revolver

  1. Peter Peter says:

    I was disappointed with Revolver by Fieled, after having read Rubber Soul which I thought was smart. Clearly as a writer he is a one trick pony. Nothing new here. Sadly, like many young poets who seem unable to develop a personal, unique style in their writing, Fieled's work seems out-of-date by some 30 years. It belongs to the blank-verse poets of the 1970's: Bukowski, Locklin, Glatt, Webb. Simple sentences, lacking anything, any device we could call poetry, broken into fragments to mimic stanzas. Trite, derivative, no new thoughts, nothing original. We've heard this all before.

  2. Rachel Rachel says:

    Don't listen to my review, I'm biased - I simply don't like poetry that has no heart.

  3. Allyson Allyson says:

    I decided to take a look at this e-chap after seeing it crop up on my friends feed. The poems were pretty forgettable, unfortunately. I was distracted by the use of W as a placeholder for with (seemed too much like text message shorthand) and the nonsensical line breaks.

  4. Nina Nina says:

    Loved it!

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