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Quinn miller the sea witch


In track & field , Miller competed in events such as the 110m hurdles (PR of s), triple jump (PR of m), and javelin throw (PR of m). [4]

Quinn was born in London in 1964 to a French mother and a British father. [4] He studied history and history of art at Robinson College , Cambridge . He spent his early years in Paris, where his father was a physicist working at the BIPM ( Bureau International des Poids et Mesures ). Quinn recalls an early fascination with the scientific instruments in his father's laboratory, in particular atomic clocks. [5] He studied history and history of art at Robinson College, Cambridge . [6]

White’s mini-epic poem, ‘How the Temple Was Built’, which comprises the first half of her collection, reveals an authoritative voice delivering what feels like a Ted Hughes-inspired sermon on a new Ezekiel myth. The lens here, however, is distinctly female, the account feminist, and the protagonist, Ezekiel, the love-tortured, wife-haunted prophet who, like the bones he sees revivified, seems eternally ‘bruised with an ache / made not by the world.’ The imagery is often stark, always sublime and sometimes completely unexpected, bombarding the reader with free-flowing, often paradoxical image associations as we explore the ‘shimmery darkness’ residing inside a far too secular God. And all the while, humanity is being examined in turn by this same God: ‘What is a human. / Absorbed in their own existence / as the bees that bristle the air.’


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