Love Poems

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Houghton Mifflin, 1969 - Poetry - 67 pages
Lyrical expressions of a woman's emotions as she is abandoned and possessed by the men she loves

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User Review  - fearless2012 - LibraryThing

She decided to see how unromantic a book called 'Love Poems' could be; in a sense, any attempt is better than, nothing at all, I guess, but.... At some point you have to distinguish between what's ... Read full review

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The turbulent 60's right after the shocking death of JFK is the time-frame for these poems by Anne Sexton. There seems to be darkness about a book titled love poems. A very distinct tension becomes ... Read full review

Contents

The Touch
1
It Is a Spring Afternoon
26
The Papa and Mama Dance
37
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Anne Sexton (1928-1974) is one of the most influential & frequently discussed American poets. She lived all her life in the Boston area.

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