Live or die

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Oxford University Press, 1967 - Poetry - 90 pages
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Review: Live or Die

User Review  - Marlena - Goodreads

Oh, there are many things to say about Anne Sexton and her poems. The world in her poems is full of symbols, parental symbols mostly and religious ones. There is a sense you get from her poetry, a ... Read full review

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User Review  - Wells T. - Goodreads

In "Live or Die" Sexton marries Christian ceremony with the psychiatric worship of chemical self help. The result is a tragic anthem of communion, uncertain worship and unknowing provenance. Read full review

Contents

And One for My Dame
1
Three Green Windows
12
Mother and Jack and the Rain
18
Copyright

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