The black apples are the caves and potholes of gower and perhaps wells of memory sinclairs gift is to recreate the world as a myriad of associations and as a slice of his past and the prehistoric past of europe this book is like an incantation. Black apples of gower has 21 ratings and 4 reviews alexandra said reading iain sinclair always has an hypnotic effect on me the way he uses words and . Black apples of the gower by iain sinclair book review a wondrous journey through mystic welsh locations in his second book of 2015 sinclair travels back to his origins in horton a village . It is very clear from black apples of gower that sinclair struggles with this issue of a welsh identity he was born in wales but educated at boarding school in england in this exquisite little book sinclair undertakes an exploration of memory and place and identity. Provoked by the strange enigmatic series of paintings afal du brogwyr black apple of gower made by the artist ceri richards in the 1950s sinclair leaves behind the familiar murky elsewheres of his life in hackney carrying an envelope of black and white photographs and old postcards along with fragments of memory that neither
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