The Decomposition of Society

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The Decomposition of Society

Created on: Mar-25-2011   Last updated: Mar-25-2011


5.5"x8.5" - Choice of Hardcover/Softcover - B&W - Trade Book
Theme: Poetry    Privacy: Everyone
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This book describes negative implications and touch a variety of dark, sometimes taboo, subjects, such as sexual obsessions, mass media, abortion, war, terrorism, rape, conformity-oriented societies, personal feelings, emotions, lost love, abuse, and human experimentation. It expresses how dark society can be. These poems and songs are not about anybody nor the author, they are all placed in different perspectives. Warning: Not for squeamish persons or children.

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Hunter Craven is an average teenager, and nothing else. But what he loves, is expressing how cruel society can be through his poems and songs. He is considered an outcast, which he loves. But also, he doesn't like being picked off with others into one group. He enjoys being solo often. Craven is in love with literature, and wants to become a famous writer and also musician. He plays bass guitar and sings on his spare time as well as playing video games, drawing, going to the mall with friends, and playing Go. Craven is hard to describe, he hides his emotions most of the time. He hides his frustration, anger, and depression behind an emotionless expression during school and in public. He loves being funny and making funny noises, because of how lovable and passionate he is. He can't go through a day without making someone smile.