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Twenty One Love Poems

4.65  ·  Rating Details ·  77 Ratings  ·  8 Reviews
Hardcover, 22 pages
Published 1976 by EFFIE'S PRESS
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Ruth Robins
Jun 17, 2012 Ruth Robins rated it it was amazing
Breath Taking...
The finding of Judith Shakespeare
Para mí no pasa de las 3'5 estrellas. Como propuesta de reescritura de los poemas nerudianos, no está mal, pero la concreción práctica no me convence tanto...tal vez demasiados tópicos y una forma muy forzada por los temas.
Stephanie Kelley
Jun 30, 2014 Stephanie Kelley rated it it was amazing
well fuck me gently with a chainsaw this was a downright LOVELY start to my monday morning
Apr 26, 2012 Mandy rated it really liked it
Honest, erotic, and often simultaneously beautiful and painful poetry. I loved so many of these! Particularly X, XII, and XIX.
Marjorie Jensen
Jul 07, 2016 Marjorie Jensen rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: reread
This is an incredibly beautiful book that made me rethink my approach to the sonnet.
Dec 25, 2015 metaphor rated it really liked it
Shelves: poetry, adrienne-rich
the more I live the more I think
two people together is a miracle.
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oh my....just lovely...
Dec 14, 2012 Maria rated it it was amazing
Sublime and sensual poetry.
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Adrienne Rich (b. 1929). Born to a middle-class family, Rich was educated by her parents until she entered public school in the fourth grade. She graduated Phi Beta Kappa from Radcliffe College in 1951, the same year her first book of poems, A Change of World, appeared. That volume, chosen by W. H. Auden for the Yale Series of Younger Poets Award, and her next, The Diamond Cutters and Other Poems ...more
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