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The boundaries between appearance and reality are blurred to The Dreaming Girl a traveler who has a brief affair with a man known only. I read the reprint published by Ellipsis Press The Dreaming Girl is a slim poetic novel that lured me into its dream and didn't let me go Set in Belize its unnamed characters the girl and the German are drawn together against the lush backdrop of paradise and all of its uniue inhabitants The girl dreams her way through life until she meets the German and her attraction and conseuent love for him forces her out of the safety of her dreams The German with a girlfriend at home finds himself surprised by his desire for the girl and initially resistantThe prose in The Dreaming Girl is spare yet Roberta Allen knows how to set a mood with the blank spaces and there are plenty of sharp insights to be unearthed It's an honest beautifully rendered metaphor for the birth and death of love A spectacularly gorgeous read

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The Dreaming GirlHerness of the German With extraordinary simplicity Roberta Allen lays bare the illusions we live by when we deny the irreducible othe. This is a novel that rewards you for making time to sit and allow the jungle of emotions and missed moments to sink in Slim but powerful

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FREE READ The Dreaming Girl õ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB ç The boundaries between appearance and reality are blurred to The Dreaming Girl a traveler who has a brief affair with a man known only as the German In this short novel her imagined world becomes as real as the jungle of Belize where in her fantasies she denies the othAs the German In this short novel her imagined world becomes as real as the jungle of Belize where in her fantasies she denies the ot. Roberta Allen transmits the pain and compensating strangeness of living in vignettes as urgent and enigmatic as telegrams —John AshberyA choral work where there are endless variations on the same theme each beautifully developed The girl’s jungle is not some Henri Rousseau sketch conjured second hand after an afternoon spent at the Jardin de Plants Rather it has the precision of field notes written by a solipsistic ecologist —Mary Mackey The American Book ReviewMore info from Ellipsis Press