First of the Last Chances
"Touching and uplifting, this collection of the poems of Sophie Hannah follows traditional rhyming schemes using language that is always realistic and postmodern. Focusing on love and loss, these poems chronicle the different ways that people, for better or for worse, can be significant to one another."
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Long for This World
He is Now a Country Member
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