Words of the Sun: a poetry collection

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In this free Valentine poetry, you can change "special" to "important." A critic operating from type A, the perspective camp, would probably find this poem diffuse, indulgent, blurry, etc. "Elective Surgery" overflows, but it aims for no Wordsworthian integrative vision from its tranquility. Jane Austen (1775 – 1817) English author who wrote romantic fiction combined with social realism. In 1992 she won the Prix-Grandbois for poetry and in 1996 she earned the Prix Athanase-David.

Pages: 73

ISBN: B01HIXN9HM

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