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The Royal Baker's Daughter: Royal Baker's Daughter

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Winner of the 2008 Felix Pollak Prize in Poetry, selected by David St. JohnThese poems, at once elegant and earthy, reveal the inner workings of the human psyche and show us that sometimes the best defense against terror is making mischief.The Royal Baker’s Daughter was raised on a diet of stone soup and the occasional leftover royal treat. This leaves her with an appetite ...more
Paperback, 88 pages
Published February 19th 2008 by University of Wisconsin Press
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Goldberg is my aunt, so of course these thinly-veiled stories, of potentially my family members, are intriguing to me :)
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