(PRWEB) January 23, 2017
Dr. Sonia Berman, a Professor of Theatre Arts with varied academic, artistic, and professional achievements has completed her new book “Rhyme Over Time or Looking Backward in Adverse Verse:” a gripping and potent selection of poems, which articulate a variety of poignant reflections spanning through the author’s adult life.
Published by New York City-based Page Publishing, Dr. Berman’s impressive compilation of works offers fervent expressions of thought and emotion. “Rhyme Over Time or Looking Backward in Adverse Verse” is a compilation of poems, beginning with the author’s experience at age eighteen to the present, best described in her own words “…and on these pages write of all I’ve felt and thought.”
Her poems, thematically, are concerned with emotional and intellectual reactions to the conditions of reality and embrace not only her own response but those of close associates as well as classical literary figures or even more modern theatre artists. Technically, these poems generally conform to the age-old values that define poetry when opposed to prose, as respecting rhyme, metre, form, etc.
The author whose Canadian schooling instilled a profound appreciation and understanding of the difference between prose and poetry believes that poetic prose is not per se poetry, and she instinctively adheres in every poem to the poetic standards practiced over the centuries, modified at times, but never abandoning the basic precepts which differentiates prose from poetry.
Readers who wish to experience this mesmerizing work can purchase “Rhyme Over Time or Looking Backward in Adverse Verse” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play or Barnes and Noble.
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