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I Saw a Peacock with a Fiery Tail: 17th-Century British “Trick” Poetry Meets…

Exquisite storytelling as exquisite artifact. Rarely do I get this excited about the release of a book, but then again rarely does "book"
  • Sylviane Perriard

    ##### 10½ Favorite Reads from TED Bookstore 2013 {1} I saw a peacock with a fiery tail: A die-cut masterpiece, two years in the making, one of the best art books of 2012, is based on a 17th-century British “trick” poem and illustrated in the signature Indian folk art style of the Gond tribe by Indian artist Ramsingh Urveti. It comes from Indian independent publisher Tara Books (♥)| Brain Pickings

  • K B

    A beautiful book

  • kejhu

    i saw a peacock with a fiery tail - based on 17th century british 'trick' poem, illustrated by ramsingh urveti, 2012

  • Nikka Santos

    Poetry and art and graphic design making die-cut love!

  • vjam - blo

    Book cover. Published by Tara Books, India,,

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