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Entrances to Nowhere, Hand, J. C.

Author Name    Hand, J. C.

Title   Entrances to Nowhere

Binding   Paperback

Book Condition   New

Type   Poetry

Edition   First

Size   5 1/2 x 8 1/2

Publisher   Merrick, New York, USA Cross-Cultural Communications 1977

ISBN Number    0893040142 / 9780893040147

Illustrator   Cover photos: George Zimmermann

Inscription   For Myra

Seller ID   CCC110.2

"J. C. Hand's poems are exciting to follow. One wants to discover where they are going and why, and the reader stays alert, feeling so much more aware of objects and events. She writes sensuously, deep into the flesh, very much herself." --David Ignatow, author of "Notebooks: and "Selected Poems" "The tough poetry one expected from the suburbs is coming now, from the craft of women. This book by J. c. Hand shows it approaching its best. It is a poetry of confrontation, lyrical only in its anguish that is absolved, finally, by an undomesticated wit and intelligence." --Allen Planz, author of "Wild Craft" "J. C. Hand's poetry is rich in feeling. It is accessible and unpretentious. Hers is a clear and honest voice, one with which many women can share identity and communion." --Daniela Gioseffi, author of "The Great American Belly Dance" " 'Entrances to Nowhere' is a soaring experience into the inner soul." --Nikki Giovanni, author of "The Women and the Men" Keywords:

Poetry, Women, Long Island

Price = 7.50 USD

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