The Virtual Tablet of Irma Tre by Marie Lecrivain

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A real-time review by Paulo Brito.

The Virtual Tablet of Irma Tre explores the correlation between poetry and alchemy through a series of alphabetized poetic vignettes, and evocative photography. Additionally, the poems of this collective speak directly to the reader’s past, present, and future selves. Exploring the idea of reincarnation, Lecrivain expresses the importance of evolving the Self for a greater good through catharsis and cognizance.

The Virtual Tablet of Irma Tre” it was published by Edgar & Lenore’s Publishing House (2014).

This real-time review will appear, as and when I read it, in the thought stream found below or by clicking on the title of this post.

6 thoughts on “The Virtual Tablet of Irma Tre by Marie Lecrivain

  1. Your mind inside the bone cage. – page 21

    I have to say up front that I’m a fan of Marie Lecrivain, but I hadn’t heard of this book until I ran across it in the Amazon suggestions – my bad!

    a, b, c, d and e are the first five texts (the title of each one follows the alphabetical order) and they are immensely charming, a whole lot of fun. A prime example of an excellent story writing.

    Stories with a bonus: we get four intelligent photos.

    Five delightful stories (poems)…

  2. gray eyes yo die for – and, maybe so. – page 39

    Four letters: k, l, m, n; three photos.

    “The Virtual Tablet of Irma Tre” is profound in its reach and in its visual impact. It can be labelled as complex or as simple – adorable dichotomy.

  3. but it will put a smile on your face. – page 51

    The last words: t, u, v, w, x/y, z; more three photos.

    All in all, “The Virtual Tablet of Irma Tre” is no ordinary book. It’s a voyage that will take you to places you didn’t expect. Don’t try to explain it, just let yourself go. If you’re looking for a linear plot, then this book isn’t for you. But if you want to experience something different, then by all means, buy the book.

    Ambition defines this book.

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