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I Can't Remember: Poems
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This book further extends the range of Cynthia Macdonald's ambition and achievement. From the beginning her poems have read like letters from the unconscious, full of wit, drama, invention, and intelligence. In the last decade, without sacrificing those pleasures, her work has deepened, becoming more passionate, more lyrical; the language, as Edmund White described it, silvery, transparent, harmonious. All these qualities remain, but to them has been added a kind of wisdom about where we are, where we have been, and where we may be going.
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