Trouble Came to the Turnip

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Carcanet, 2006 - Poetry - 106 pages
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Ferociously vital, savagely humorous, and self-mocking, this poetry collection focuses on a world that is inhabited by failed and successful relationships during the dizzying crisis of early adulthood, offering insight into the pleasures and pains of growing up.

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Trouble Came to the Turnip
Love Has Arrived
Shortfall of Water

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\Caroline Bird is the author of Looking Through Letterboxes, and her poems have appeared in The North magazine, Poetry Review, and PN Review.

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