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By Barbara Hollander

Exile in Eden is a set of poems that’s very own and reminiscent. Poet-author Barbara Hollander stocks her stories of the interesting lifestyles she had in Andalusia during the poetic items in her newly released publication, Exile in Eden.

Her significant thoughts, enticing vignettes, sincere sentiments, and random ideas of the way she and her relatives lived in Eden—Andalusia—for thirty years are all captured in attractive verses during this poetry assortment. those reviews on their existence out of the country are her lyrical expressions of the numerous nice reports they loved, the superb observations they'd, and extra.

“The transition from the canyons of ny to the shorelines of the Mediterranean Sea used to be, to place it mildly, abrupt. It quite used to be an exile. so far as Eden goes….. Ah, definite, that exceptional backyard, unspoiled. The verdant grasses, the towering timber. and a pair of naïve humans, a forbidden piece of fruit and the inevitable snake within the grass,” reminisces the author.

Exile in Eden isn't just the other poetry compilation, yet quite, it’s a existence tale by itself. it's a bright and colourful photo of the author’s existence in Eden, painted and captured in poetry.

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