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Now Poof She is Gone: Poetry

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A powerful collection of poetry from this accomplished, critically acclaimed American Indian poet Wendy Rose writes about the violence of her childhood, her dislocation as a mixed-blood and bursts open the pain that both marks her and shapes her strength.
Hardcover, 104 pages
Published October 1st 1996 by Firebrand Books (first published September 1st 1994)
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A stunning collection of pitch-perfect poetry. The attention paid to both emotional expression and craft here is superb. I especially love the piece 'Urban Breed, Go Get Your Gun.' 'No need for enemies/with a past like this.'
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