This Wounded Island, Volume Three:
In this final report, the late J.W. Böhm concludes his survey of contemporary England with an attempt to understand the past, present and future - a personal account that finds him consumed by the same uncertainty, distress and inertia that have overcome the country itself.
Includes conversation with Helene Green.
160pp, perfect bound
Institute of Liminal Landscape Studies 2020
‘The tense present holds little joy... Wherever he travels, he finds nothing to give him comfort. Curiosity and perception are replaced by doubt and regret.’
– from the introduction by Hermann Braun.