Selected Poetry

Selected Poetry Spanning Gwendolyn MacEwen s career from the late s to the early s this is a comprehensive collection of work by one of the greatest women writers of the th century It traces the trajectory

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  • Title: Selected Poetry
  • Author: Gwendolyn MacEwen Margaret Atwood
  • ISBN: 9781860491740
  • Page: 278
  • Format: None
  • Spanning Gwendolyn MacEwen s career from the late 1950s to the early 1970s, this is a comprehensive collection of work by one of the greatest women writers of the 20th century It traces the trajectory of her verse and the development of her fiction and drama, and includes letters, paintings, and photographs from the oeuvre of this beloved Canadian poet.

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    1. I have given up finishing books that increase my apathy. This book left me feeling no, it failed to provoke, save for one poem, near the beginning of the book: The Breakfast. This poem. This and only this poem in the entire book.

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