Tag Archives: Terence Davies

The Eye of the Inner Ear

as the films of Davies illustrate so convincingly, ultimately it is the inner space of the individual imagination that matters most. Wendy Everett: The Eye of the Inner Ear: Terence Davies and the Space/Time Dimension, p.308.  Essay published in: Wendy … Continue reading

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Psychogeographic Review’s Recommendations – September 2015

This past month Psychogeographic Review has been reading: Iain Sinclair – London Overground: A Day’s Walk Around the Ginger Line (2015) These days Sinclair writes like a man  aware that he is running out of time: words tumble out of … Continue reading

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Father of the Man: Terence Davies’s Trilogy

Children, Madonna and Child and Death and Transfiguration move relentlessly through the three stages of Robbie’s life. But Davies consciously breaks the rules of linear time as he moves backwards and forwards exploring the jumble of Robbie’s memories, his youth, … Continue reading

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Psychogeographic Review’s Recommendations – October 2013

  This past month Psychogeographic Review has been reading:    ‘Collected Works’ – Lorine Niedecker (ed. Jenny Penberthy)    ‘Veil: New and Selected Poems’ – Rae Armantrout    ‘Howl, Kaddish and Other Poems’ – Allen Ginsberg I’m including these three … Continue reading

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