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Frankenstein's bathtub

by Tricia. Dearborn

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Poetry collection in the Emerging Authors series. Explores the world of science, the unmentionables of physiology, the seductions of reading, the precision of making laboratory tools, and the sensual abandon of 'mango lust'. Author has been widely published in magazines and journals in Australia and overseas.… (more)
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I read this book while on holidayin Istanbul. As one of the striking features of Istanbul in this hot summer is the length to which some tourists, and some locals, go to conceal the female body, I was delighted by the sweet, witty female sensuality in the poems of the book’s first section, ‘Body Parts’. ( )
  shawjonathan | Jul 18, 2012 |
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Poetry collection in the Emerging Authors series. Explores the world of science, the unmentionables of physiology, the seductions of reading, the precision of making laboratory tools, and the sensual abandon of 'mango lust'. Author has been widely published in magazines and journals in Australia and overseas.

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