Solomon : Terror and Terroir

Mort, Graham (2015) Solomon : Terror and Terroir. Short Fiction in Theory and Practice, 4 (2). pp. 143-159. ISSN 2043-0701

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‘Solomon’ is a new work of short fiction, set in the United Kingdom and northern Uganda. It explores themes of memory, violence and recovery through the consciousness of a young Ugandan man. The accompanying essay ‘“Solomon”: Terror and Terroir’ reflects upon the genesis and writing of the story in the context of Terroir, a new book-length collection of fiction, with emphasis on depictions of violence and the relationship between the notion of terroir and human psychology.

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Short Fiction in Theory and Practice
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