Sharon Sloan Fiffer, Steve Fiffer
Bard, 1999 - Literary Collections - 203 pages
In an intriguing collection of essays, eighteen distinguished American writers examine diverse aspects of the human body and its meaning, in works by Jane Smiley, Lynda Barry, Esmeralda Santiago, Mona Simpson, Thomas Lynch, Kyoko Mori, Rosario Ferre, Michael Knight, and others.
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