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Poets for Life: Seventy-Six Poets Respond to AIDS

by Michael Klein (Editor)

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This anthology isn't easy to read, but it is heartfelt and memorable. The anthology is filled with both known and unknown poets who've given you their picture of living with, alongside, or after AIDS, as well as other poems that deal with the doctors and/or simply the knowledge of the disease. You haven't read these poems if you haven't read the book, which is a plus, and you'll find many new talented authors within the pages. Even in the poems that aren't as together as the other poems, or quite as polished (and these are few and far between), the emotion comes across clear. I'm not sure you can read this in one sitting, but it's an anthology worth having and coming back to, with poems of the highest quality. ( )
  whitewavedarling | Jan 18, 2008 |
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