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When it comes to writing, I love all aspects of it. Annewheeler.com (accessed 2013) Born England 1829. From The Oxford Companion to Twentieth-Century Poetry in English. Two different lives Shaped to make ... 27. By contrast, the first book of Rikudah Potash, Vint oyf klavishn (The Wind on the Piano Keys, 1934), stresses alienated, cosmopolitan urban existence, while the poems devoted to the landscapes of Poland are accorded only secondary importance.

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Publisher: Urban Farmhouse Press (April 19, 2016)

ISBN: 1988214068

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