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Stag's Leap

Poems

by Sharon Olds

Stag's Leap by Sharon Olds
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  • Published in USA  Sep 2012
    112 pages
    Genre: Poetry

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Mookilove (04/25/13)

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You call this verbose dribble Pulitzer?!!! Give me a rake so I can rake it off the page! Vocabulary and description are only halfway there...make it feel real...not technology on a tablet. It does not, cannot make me move and push and grind, the way divorce does. Go back to the library, begin again!!!
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