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101 Poems to Help You Understand Men (and Women)

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An anthology of poems to help you through the battle of the sexes. This book aims to be the poetic alternative to the friend at the end of the phone. Ditch the rules, pop psychology, scented candles, life coaches and aromatherapy. If you want to win the battle of the sexes listen to the people who know - the poets who through the ages, have been there too...
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Published February 4th 2002 by Not Avail
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Jun 14, 2015 Richard Smith rated it really liked it
These poems did help me understand more about the differences men and women, which was an achievement as age has generally made me feel I that understand women less and less. It's an excellent compilation of new, old, foreign, funny, and despairing poems. All are short, which mostly I appreciated, but I begin to feel the need to read again a very long poem.
Wilde Sky
Jul 28, 2014 Wilde Sky rated it really liked it
This book contains a series of poems about men / women and the relationships between them.

I thought the majority of the poems were good (there were a few duds) and the ideas have all been explored before, but it was still an entertaining read.
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DAISY GOODWIN, a Harkness scholar who attended Columbia University’s film school after earning a degree in history at Cambridge University, is a leading television producer in the U.K. Her poetry anthologies, including 101 Poems That Could Save Your Life, have introduced many new readers to the pleasures of poetry, and she was Chair of the judging panel of the 2010 Orange Prize for Fiction. That w ...more
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