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ISBN:
0970155611
Author:
Rebecca Tassi
Category:
Poetry
Language:
English
Publisher:
Open Field Publications (September 2000)
Pages:
61 pages
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1644 kb
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Scenes of Interruption is a poetic sequence in four scenes.