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TWO-HEADED POEMS

Editorial Review - Kirkus - Jane Doe

Margaret Atwood's poetry is too good for the implicit condescension in the acclaim for her as a woman writing about women—and judging from her new book, she is getting better all the time. Her poems straddle the line where personal and general history meet. Even at her most intimate, she is—in the large—"The Woman Who Makes Peace With Her Faulty Heart": "We know that, barring accidents,/ one of ... Read full review

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Review: Two-Headed Poems

User Review  - Alexa - Goodreads

Overall, this seems like a much more domestic collection then her previous ones, dealing with matters like children, gardening, and cooking. I liked it! Read full review

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