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Kissing the Bread: New and Selected Poems, 1969-1999

by Sandra M. Gilbert

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0393049418, Hardcover)

This stunning new collection documents thirty years of Sandra Gilbert's career as a poet, from the sometimes fearful, sometimes exuberant visions collected in The Fourth World, through the feminist awakenings of Emily's Bread, the explorations of memory and desire gathered in Blood Pressure, and the lamentations of Ghost Volcano, to a range of recent poems mapping the many meanings of grief, survival, and even regeneration.

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