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The Door - 'Margaret Atwood', 'Phoebe Larmore'
The Door
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Format: hardcover
ISBN: 9780618942725 (0618942726)
ASIN: 0618942726
Publisher: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt
Pages no: 128
Edition language: English
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I'll think of a damn title later
I'll think of a damn title later rated it
3.5 "I see you, in darkness, walking."
It is inevitable that a book of poetry contains hits and misses for every reader. I personally enjoyed the poems in The Door that were more visceral and explicit. A prime example would be her poem "Secrecy": Secrecy flows through you,a different kind of blood.It's as if you've eaten itlike a bad ...
Reading Robyn
Reading Robyn rated it
Poetry is an art form that I tentatively love. I restrain myself, I make sure that I don't become that sort of teenage girl, the one that ties her hormonal ups and downs with angsty metaphors and off-beat rhythms. Because of this I sometimes forget that poetry is more then that. There can be meaning...
Random Musings of an Aspiring Author
Random Musings of an Aspiring Author rated it
3.0 The Door
My first real foray into reading poetry. While I'm sure there was a lot that was beyond my comprehension, I still enjoyed it, nonetheless. Also being the first work by Atwood that I've ever read, I'm not sure how it compares to her fiction.
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