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- Languages:English (Unknown), English (Original Language), English (Published)
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- Dimensions (in):8 x 5.5 x 0.3
- Publication Date:January 1981
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Forty-seven "lusty, loving" poems by a former nun, introduced by Robert Creeley with his poem "To a Big Sister". The collection ranges from the wit of the one line "To me upon deciding to leave the convent" and "What does paradise do for you?", the tender "Valentine's Day" and the poignant "I want a man," "What I hate" and "Germaine Greer" to the lusty "My man Blake says," "I wrote/he responded" and "You're like a tropical garden he wrote" and the slashing "A former to a present nun: reminder" and "In response to 'The Pill vs. the Springhill Mine Mine Disaster (for Richard Brautigan and Pope Paul)'."
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