Edith Jacobson Begins to Fly

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Zontelli's poems deal with a variety of subjects--ancestors, marriage, freedom, mothers and children--but all treat English in an entirely new way, stretching the boundaries of language to create a poetry of humor, depth, and resonance.

Edith Jacobson Begins to Fly 1992, New Rivers Press, Minneapolis, MN

ISBN-13: 9780898231335

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