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'My polish grandmother made a chicken soup like no other chicken soup. To this day, it has, to my knowledge and experience, never been bettered ... Her chicken soup was the Caravaggio of soups. The Rainer Marie Rilke of soups. The Arturo Benedetti Michelangeli of soups.'
A compelling and entertaining stoyteller, Barrie Kosky explores the feelings of intense joy and delight, as well as the power and terror that is ecstasy.