Stealing the Mona Lisa
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Stealing the Mona Lisa

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There is a characteristic lightness of touch and a restless comic energy to Chris Greenhalgh's first book. Inner and outer worlds combine in poems that crackle with satire, yet are lyrically affirmative and highly charged. He handles material at an ironic distance and in steady close-up, exploring both personal experience and the wider, weirder world of the media with vivi...more
Paperback, 64 pages
Published October 7th 1995 by Bloodaxe Books (first published October 1995)
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