THE UNSPEAKABLE FREEDOM DEVICE By Jennet Thomas

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THE UNSPEAKABLE FREEDOM DEVICE By Jennet Thomas

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Published By Book Works

166 x 229mm, 144 pages, Full color offset printed, Perfect bound, Softcover, Ed. of 1000, 2015

"Margaret Thatcher is the spectral protagonist in this dystopian folkloric work; she exists as an all-pervasive image burnt onto the collective memory of a culture that is sinister and psychedelic, ‘savage’ and ritualistic. The characters are released, and we follow two impoverished pilgrims, Glenda and Mary, through a red, green and blue broken landscape. Signs have collapsed and meaning has imploded: Mary needs to find a cure for her baby; Glenda wants to help, but appears to have another agenda. Their profound disorientation leaves them unsure of which route to choose. Red, blue, or green? All roads seem to lead to Blupool. There the device is to be renewed, and the fateful implosion occurs. The colours rotate, the fiction loops, and the pilgrims must start their search again."

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