To honor and thank her Athenian poetry society, Karine Leno Ancellin writes a
series of wonderful poems differentiating the society of today from that of the past. Our relationship with
technology and how it has infiltrated and affected even the smallest aspects of
our lives are written as observant poetic verses by Ancellin. This collection of poems
is relatable to everyone as it picks out the instances our minds ignore as we
get accustomed to technology in our day-to-day lives. The poems share the
conflicting thoughts of the author as she shops on eBay: having distrust in
shopping online and wondering about the previous life of the product itself. Discussions
about the transformation of relationships from ancient history to modern
connections take place as well in this expansive collection.
The Missing Angle by Karine Leno Ancellin is an insightful look into the the way that
technology has affective our lives. This book will push you to think deeply
about the pixelated shift in our relationships and our emotions that have been
belittled to meaningless emojis. The poems challenge our changing perception of the
world with ancient Greek mythology as a landscape. Ancellin's poems also
connect with readers'
anxiety on how we are grappling with pacing ourselves and our lives with the ever-changing
dynamics of a techno-centric environment.
Karine Leno Ancellin writes poetry that is poignant,
present, and true to contemporary human experience, shedding great light on the
shifts we have made and doing so with unequalled clarity. She explores the
sadness at the loss of simple human sentiments, nostalgia, and ordinary objects
caught in the whirlwind of change. Deeply reminiscent of yesterday's sincere
and deeper emotions, the writer digs deep into Greek mythology and landscape to
display the juxtaposition between the early days and the present. If you are
looking for an interesting poetry book to alert your
mind to the reality of technology, The
Missing Angle by Karine Leno Ancellin is the perfect book for you.