The moon is always female

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Knopf : distributed by Random House, Mar 12, 1980 - Poetry - 133 pages
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The feminist poet's verses range from the amusingly elegiac to the erotic and polemical and include a series of thirteen intensely personal, carefully crafted poems based on the lunar calendar

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Review: The Moon Is Always Female: Poems

User Review  - Mike Jensen - Goodreads

Very few of these poems really speak to me, but those that do-do so profoundly. It isn't that I find Piercy's "wear it on your sleeve" feminism off-putting, but I certainly don't find it moving or ... Read full review

Review: The Moon Is Always Female: Poems

User Review  - Charlene - Goodreads

Favorites: "For the young who want to" "A new constellation" "The low road" "Hand games" Read full review

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The inside chance
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Excursions incursions
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Leonard Avenue
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