AUTHOR: Carol Ann Duffy
PUBLISHER: Farrar, Straus and Giroux
DATE: 2002

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Publisher’s Description

From the sadness of Elizabeth I, looking back on her long and powerful but lonely life, to the travails of a woman whose work is literally never done as she continues to trawl the seas to feed her billion offspring, to a movingly lyrical reflection on the beauty of a growing child, Carol Ann Duffy explores in this volume the myriad components of women’s lives and loves through the crystallizing prism of poetry. 

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Inclusion Criteria

Poet Carol Ann Duffy stated in an interview that when she’s fallen in love “it hasn’t really mattered if it was a man or a woman.”

Library Notes

Paperback. Purchased new by the library with founder’s funds.