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The Mermaid and the Penniless Writer
One day the Penniless Writer Finds he has been fired from every job in the whole village. He lies down on the edge of a cliff, and as he dreams his last three pennies fall into the sea Tantra Bensco says in Speak Without Interruption Magazine: "This mermaid story takes us into the subconscious, down into the waters and lunar-strange danger in a way told simply enough for a child to follow yet with the meaning of a wise dream Few books take the spirit, the love of trees, the songs of stones, into consideration at all, the beauty of it, the intensity of it, the purity aflame such as The Mermaid and the Penniless Writer.
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Overview This is an original Fairy Tale by B. Magnolia, published by Mystic World Press. Product Details. Average Review.
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The Mermaid and The Penniless Writer
Hoping that her love will make her an exception in his life, she ignores every sign to the contrary. And listen to us on the Book Review podcast. A version of this article appears in print on , on Page 26 of the Sunday Book Review with the headline: Stories. Charles Johnson: By the Book. Fiction Chronicle.