Disarming incidents from family life are presented with disarming aplomb turning the tragic into the tragi-comic by way of a teasing pathos. From the offbeat to the series, from politics and social commentaries to personal issues, all come confidentially to life in Kate Bingham's poetry Her language is clear and unadorned with stylistic pretension or ironic cliches. Poems about love and relationships are particularly poignant; Bingham is clear-sighted and unsentimental about significant emotion. Indeed, hers is a vision of clarity which should appeal to all.
Used availability for Kate Bingham's Cohabitation
January 1998 : UK Paperback