Mary the Life Saver

By Louis-Philippe Hébert
Translated by Ardeth Neale

Mary the Life Saver
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"Mary the Life Saver" is a poetry book that examines the nature of human being, parting the veil of the mundane to reveal passion, beauty, myth, and mystery of human existence. This poetry book echoes a desire to forge a voice that is as curious as it is distinctive. It portrays ... Read more


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"Mary the Life Saver" is a poetry book that examines the nature of human being, parting the veil of the mundane to reveal passion, beauty, myth, and mystery of human existence. This poetry book echoes a desire to forge a voice that is as curious as it is distinctive. It portrays intricate feelings of life and death in a wide array of emotions expressed in a thoughtfully imaginative way with vibrant interpretations stemming from the complexity and simplicity of a human soul.

Louis-Philippe Hébert

Louis-Philippe Hébert is an award-winning author of ten books of poetry and prose in French and English. His poems, short stories, and reviews have been published widely in literary magazines and newspapers in Canada and internationally. He participated in many poetry readings and festivals around the world. He lives near Montreal, Quebec.

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