|Reviews for Freedom, O Egyptians!|
| Louis Denair chapter 1 . 2/22/2011
These are interesting times, a fertile ground for poesy, this Spring of People pregnant with the blossom of grapes as sweet as they are bitter. Enthusiasm suits you. The style in this piece is spontaneous and sincere. It is in a sense curious to see how differently a theme may be treated. I, for instance, might mention not the joy but the blood and the violence and the desecration of the dead. But then again, let the dead bury their dead etc. I'm glad to see non-English writers attempt to cross the sea and overthrow the Babel. It is a mind-altering experience, isn't it?