Color is the suffering of light: a memoir

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Simon & Schuster, Jul 9, 1996 - Biography & Autobiography - 368 pages
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An acclaimed poet's memoir is a portrait of a young girl searching for meaning and beauty in a world of suffocating mother love, spiritual and physical poverty, alcoholism, and despair--with nature and the English language as her only allies

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COLOR IS THE SUFFERING OF LIGHT: A Memoir

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A quiet, detailed, but sometimes unsatisfying, memoir of an isolated girlhood. Poet Green (The Squanicook Eclogues, not reviewed) painstakingly describes a childhood fraught with deprivation ... Read full review

Color is the suffering of light: a memoir

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Growing up on a Massachusetts farm in the 1960s, poet Green (The Squanicook Eclogues, LJ 5/15/87) endured a painful and isolated youth. As she explains here, she sought refuge from her dysfunctional ... Read full review

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Section 2
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Section 3
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