“‘The verses already carry the mark of a life haunted by all that is mortal,’ writes Moscatelli, ‘the temperament of Albert Cossery being more attuned to the black than the blue of life.’ Stealing a glimpse into the teenage abyss, we find flickers of what is to come.”
Three early poems by Albert Cossery.

“‘The verses already carry the mark of a life haunted by all that is mortal,’ writes Moscatelli, ‘the temperament of Albert Cossery being more attuned to the black than the blue of life.’ Stealing a glimpse into the teenage abyss, we find flickers of what is to come.”

Three early poems by Albert Cossery.

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