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Paperback $15.00

Sep 28, 1993 | 240 Pages

  • Paperback $15.00

    Sep 28, 1993 | 240 Pages

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"Consistently accomplished . . . Dove’s is a brilliant mind that seeks for itself the widest possible play, an ever-expanding range of reference, the most acute distinctions, and the most subtle shadings of meaning. . . . Her is a major career." –Arnold Rampersad, Callaloo

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"Rita Dove . . . is a devoted and subtle storyteller [whose] gifts are evoking, and sometimes exalting, the everyday moments we live by but may neglect or forget, the music of her words issuing a message of uncanny integrity and calm.  Though often writing of private experience (mothering, mourning death, watching rain), she never seems to lose sight of the world beyond." —Newsweek

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