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Books: Collection: Iridessu's Poetry - Culture
Written By: Deirdre / Wyld_Dandelyon (Writer)
Poetry by Iridessu, criticized for being inaccurate, but still very popular. She also has work for children.
 
 

Iridessu is a no-gender poet who lives in Affafilalo and self-publishes her writing and illustration. Iridessuís stories are entertaining and popular, but receive regular criticism from scientists who study folklore as being not only non-traditional and inauthentic, but as portraying cultural and historic figures inaccurately. Most of her books are for adults, however, she has a pen-name for children's books.


Title: Yan and the Empress
Author: Iridessu
Date: 1519.07.07
Edition: This is a small (5 x 8), soft-cover book bound in printed linen. It is 42 pages long and self-published.
Summary: This romantic tale is a poem in rhymed couplets that is illustrated and published by the author.
Tags: Poetry, Adult Books, Illustrated Books

(This story, in particular, sparked outrage as it shows the mischevious Raalyan cultural hero, Yan, wooing a young Empress through a series of athletic practical jokes, each one leading to sex.)


Title: Skycat and Mudpuppy
Author: Iridessu, writing as Sweet Iri
Date: 1519.07.07
Edition: This is a small (5 x 8), soft-cover book bound in printed linen. It is 36 pages long and self-published.
Summary: This childrenís story is a poem in rhymed couplets that is illustrated and published by the author, a no-gender poet who lives in Affafilalo. Iridessuís stories are entertaining and popular, but receive regular criticism from scientists who study folklore as being not only non-traditional and inauthentic, but as portraying cultural and historic figure inaccurately. In this story, Mupuppy chases Skycat all over the Empire, but after luring him to the Riilass Swamps, when Alligator was about to eat Mudpuppy, Skycat saves him.
Tags: Poetry, Childrenís Books, Illustrated Books

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