101 Ways to Jaywalk...Without Looking

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A subcategory of Love Poems, this section includes erotic poems of a more adult nature. The first black writer to win the Nobel Prize in Literature, he's written in nearly ever genre while relentlessly pursuing freedom in his homeland of Nigeria. Bucknell University funds the Philip Roth Residence in Creative Writing, which awards a $4,000 stipend and a 4-month residency on campus to the best aspiring creative writer of fiction or nonfiction in 2015.

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Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform; 1 edition (May 19, 2014)

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