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In these final years of the century, many new women writers of fiction and poetry have begun to publish their first books, and their works are characterized by gender consciousness and the politics of desire. A third point to remember is that there are various citation formats for citing both the material you get from the poems themselves and the information you get from other critical sources. Raise your Vibration, Transform Your Life is your personal road map to creating inner peace and harmony in all aspects of your life.

Pages: 70

Publisher: Apprentice House (December 15, 2014)

ISBN: 1627200452

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