All Quiet on the Home Front is almost sold out. You can buy the last copies here. It is also available now at the wonderful Tipi Book...
I, of course, love the loose framing that keeps her a figure of the thing, a representation of childhood, rather than the thing itself. To set her in a landscape rather than in more intimate settings adds to this sense of estrangement, too. That is my first, once through the PDF impression. I should probably wait until I've looked more, but first impressions. . . .
I like the idea of a sense of estrangement - I always think of the land as estranged but that idea adds something so thank you.
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