Aornos

Aornos

Avalon Brantley / Feb 28, 2020

Aornos Aornos is a mind staged hallucinatory tragedy in the classical vein a shadowy spiritual sorrowful tale Set in Greece during the Archaic Period the play is a stark and somnambulistic voyage along th

  • Title: Aornos
  • Author: Avalon Brantley
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 145
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Aornos is a mind staged hallucinatory tragedy in the classical vein a shadowy, spiritual, sorrowful tale Set in Greece during the Archaic Period, the play is a stark and somnambulistic voyage along the ancient limites between being and not, where former forms wander embodied in their own uncertainty, full of reflections, and the shadows of their own old thirsts Rarely ifAornos is a mind staged hallucinatory tragedy in the classical vein a shadowy, spiritual, sorrowful tale Set in Greece during the Archaic Period, the play is a stark and somnambulistic voyage along the ancient limites between being and not, where former forms wander embodied in their own uncertainty, full of reflections, and the shadows of their own old thirsts Rarely if they seek it the living may go there, sink like lead to where Acheron leads, and plumb the deeps of Love and Death where the distinction of the two may no longer be discerned It forbids, and so invites come, sail with us to Aornos

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    1. This is my first introduction to any of Avalon Brantley's work. As it so happens, we have quite the unique piece in front of us with AORNOS. This work happens to be a greek tragedy in the form of a play, wonderfully honoring the classical traditions. I suppose you really don't see many contemporary authors attempting these kinds of works, so its quite novel. Novelty aside, I found this play to be highly compelling, and quite moving in its pathos. I would be very curious to see this play acted ou [...]


    2. A weird tale about love and obsession disguised as a dinky classical drama. The author does a spectacular and effective job of mimicing the Greek tragedy, a form certainly unusual in this genre today. Another beautifully designed book by Ex Occidente where the physical object of the book is a work of art itself.


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