The scarlet ibis: poems

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Northwestern University Press, Mar 21, 2007 - Poetry - 64 pages
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A collection of poems by Susan Hahn that use the image of the ibis to explore a wide range of topics, including slavery, ancient Egypt, individuality, and courage.

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I am a fan of "Self/Pity", so I was excited to read "The Scarlet Ibis". I must admit it isn't as strong as "Self/Pity", but I still liked the first two parts: "Bird" and "Lady", although I didn't ... Read full review

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bird trick i
6
bird trick Hi
13
lady trick i
23
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Susan Hahn, a Guggenheim Fellowship recipient, is the editor of "TriQuarterly" magazine and the author of seven books of poetry, including "Incontinence," "Holiday," "Mother in Summer," and "Self/Pity," She lives in Winnetka, Illinois.

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