Vanishing Trick

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Smith/Doorstop Books, 2004 - Russia - 58 pages
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Sue Butler has travelled much in Russia, and many of the poems in 'Vanishing Trick' relate to her experiences there. She hones in on details of the people she writes about, so that that reader ends up knowing them as friends, or indeed enemies.

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Contents

Treasure Trove
7
Headlights
8
Franks Mother
9
Private Viewing
10
Patient
11
Vanishing Trick
12
Condolences
14
The Whale
15
The Song Of My Weakness
24
Jump
26
Waking Up When I Should Be At Work
27
Burning Leaves
28
How Long The Nights Seem Here
29
Tell Me If You Remember This
30
At Shakrisabz
31
Home Sickness
32

Grammar Lesson
16
An Act Of Contrition
17
Adjusting The Composition
18
The Fat
19
Communicating Badly
20
A Miniature Fairytale
22
When I Grow Up I Want To
23
Homoeopathy
34
The Number Eight Trolley
35
A Change In The Weather
36
In The Mirror Of Forty Reflections
37
War Hero
38
Observation Report
39
Copyright

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