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Hector Meinhof has written a book that is both beautiful and cruel. His poetic prose and the doom-laden pictures from his...

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Exact title of the book
Three Nails, Four Wounds
Book author
Hector Meinhof
Book edition
Paperback
Language
English
ISBN (ASIN)
9780992736682
Published
2018 by Infinity Land Press
File size (in PDF)
about 300 kB
Three Nails, Four Wounds

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Hector Meinhof has written a book that is both beautiful and cruel. His poetic prose and the doom-laden pictures from his extensive collection of vintage photographs have bled into one tortured, corporeal unity. All these pictures have played a significant part in the writing of Three Nails, Four Wounds.

Meinhof has used a tableau of chosen images to keep the narrative flowing, each chapter being concentrated around a specific set of photographs. This is the illustrated scripture for the new dark ages, it will be read and beheld again and again - Martin Bladh On the outskirts of a small town, on top of the mound called Wolf Hill, lay the insane asylum. It was a neo-gothic edifice made of brick, with long winding corridors and a hundred and eleven rooms: sterile rooms, electric rooms, padded rooms, interrogation rooms with one-way mirrors, a kitchen, a large dining room and a photographic studio in the attic.

In conjunction with the asylum there was a small chapel, a mortuary, staff quarters and a barn. Behind the barn, beside a forest of spruce and fur, the patients’ cemetery stretched itself across the north side of the mound. It was as though the area had been struck by a peculiar curse.

Strange incidents kept occurring, acts of insanity, abuse of animals, unexplained disappearances. In the grounds of the insane asylum, seven girls aged eleven were walking about...