Tango Girls

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"Nobody realizes that some people expend tremendous energy merely to be normal." Albert Camus (1913 – 1960)

This quotation forms the basis of Tango Girls, the second collection of poetry and essays by Paul Mount. It is an exploration of people -- how they interact, how they are broken, and how they try to fix themselves or hide their damage.

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Words: 5,700
Language: English
ISBN: 9781466130005
About Paul Mount

Paul Mount grew up in New Jersey, just outside of Philadelphia. He lived for almost a quarter-century in State College, PA, before moving to his beloved Folly Beach, SC.
He is a runner and a biker, and has completed a couple of marathons and triathlons. He is also something of a geek, but in the jack-of-all-trades sense, rather than a specific geek genre.
He is sweet and charming, usually witty, and presents a lively feast for sand fleas and mosquitoes alike. He is a nice guy, and so according to rule generally finishes last.

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Review by: Janice Decker on March 05, 2012 :
"Tango Girls" maps the continued growth of Paul Mount's talent as a poet. With new discipline and focus, Mount continues to track the development of the human heart. His themes have coalesced around loss and joy, which may seem to be opposites but which are, in fact, two faces of the same image. He's left me with unforgettable images and I continue to see ghosts of his characters slipping around the corner. I recommend this book to all lovers of beautiful sounds and deep emotions.
(reviewed the day of purchase)

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