Girl with Death Mask

Girl with Death Mask

Love, tequila, sex, first periods, late nights, abuse, and heartache. The journey from girl to womanhood is brimming with transformative magic that heals even as it shatters. These are the memories that haunt the dreams of what was and what could have been in Girl with Death Mask. In four rich and imaginative movements of poems, Jennifer Givhan profiles the suffering and th Love, tequila, sex, first periods, late nights, abuse, and heartache. The journey from girl to womanhood is brimming ...

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Title:Girl with Death Mask
Author:Jennifer Givhan
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Genres:Poetry
ISBN:Girl with Death Mask
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Edition Language:English
Format Type:Paperback
Number of Pages:100 pages pages

Girl with Death Mask Reviews

  • Jennifer Jackson Berry
    Apr 10, 2018

    Givhan?s poems are searing, exquisite?their images visceral, strange and magnetic, exploring girlhood/womanhood, hungers and magic, exploring the beautiful and terrible body. Here?s a moment from ?Avra?: I zip my mouth like a winter coat the stars have turned to icefie...

    I can't get over how full Jennifer Givhan's poems are. Where other poets write in a certain style, she takes several and mashes them together. Each poem is so packed with story and nature and culture and femininity and growth and metaphor and I could go on. The craft is awe-inspiring, ...

    I really don't need to review this book. Jennifer Givhan's books are all incredibly beautiful and stirring. This one is perhaps a bit more experimental. It plays with form in subtle ways that only add to the artistry of her poems. I recommend this book (and all of hers) highly. If you'...

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  • Crystal
    Mar 11, 2018

    Givhan?s poems are searing, exquisite?their images visceral, strange and magnetic, exploring girlhood/womanhood, hungers and magic, exploring the beautiful and terrible body. Here?s a moment from ?Avra?: I zip my mouth like a winter coat the stars have turned to icefie...

    I can't get over how full Jennifer Givhan's poems are. Where other poets write in a certain style, she takes several and mashes them together. Each poem is so packed with story and nature and culture and femininity and growth and metaphor and I could go on. The craft is awe-inspiring, ...

    I really don't need to review this book. Jennifer Givhan's books are all incredibly beautiful and stirring. This one is perhaps a bit more experimental. It plays with form in subtle ways that only add to the artistry of her poems. I recommend this book (and all of hers) highly. If you'...

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  • Michael
    Apr 04, 2018

    Givhan?s poems are searing, exquisite?their images visceral, strange and magnetic, exploring girlhood/womanhood, hungers and magic, exploring the beautiful and terrible body. Here?s a moment from ?Avra?: I zip my mouth like a winter coat the stars have turned to icefie...

    I can't get over how full Jennifer Givhan's poems are. Where other poets write in a certain style, she takes several and mashes them together. Each poem is so packed with story and nature and culture and femininity and growth and metaphor and I could go on. The craft is awe-inspiring, ...

    I really don't need to review this book. Jennifer Givhan's books are all incredibly beautiful and stirring. This one is perhaps a bit more experimental. It plays with form in subtle ways that only add to the artistry of her poems. I recommend this book (and all of hers) highly. If you'...

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  • Lorinda Toledo
    Mar 30, 2018

    Givhan?s poems are searing, exquisite?their images visceral, strange and magnetic, exploring girlhood/womanhood, hungers and magic, exploring the beautiful and terrible body. Here?s a moment from ?Avra?: I zip my mouth like a winter coat the stars have turned to icefie...

    I can't get over how full Jennifer Givhan's poems are. Where other poets write in a certain style, she takes several and mashes them together. Each poem is so packed with story and nature and culture and femininity and growth and metaphor and I could go on. The craft is awe-inspiring, ...

    I really don't need to review this book. Jennifer Givhan's books are all incredibly beautiful and stirring. This one is perhaps a bit more experimental. It plays with form in subtle ways that only add to the artistry of her poems. I recommend this book (and all of hers) highly. If you'...

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  • Jennifer
    Jan 02, 2018

    Givhan?s poems are searing, exquisite?their images visceral, strange and magnetic, exploring girlhood/womanhood, hungers and magic, exploring the beautiful and terrible body. Here?s a moment from ?Avra?: I zip my mouth like a winter coat the stars have turned to icefie...

    I can't get over how full Jennifer Givhan's poems are. Where other poets write in a certain style, she takes several and mashes them together. Each poem is so packed with story and nature and culture and femininity and growth and metaphor and I could go on. The craft is awe-inspiring, ...

    I really don't need to review this book. Jennifer Givhan's books are all incredibly beautiful and stirring. This one is perhaps a bit more experimental. It plays with form in subtle ways that only add to the artistry of her poems. I recommend this book (and all of hers) highly. If you'...

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  • Jen
    Feb 06, 2018

    Givhan?s poems are searing, exquisite?their images visceral, strange and magnetic, exploring girlhood/womanhood, hungers and magic, exploring the beautiful and terrible body. Here?s a moment from ?Avra?: I zip my mouth like a winter coat the stars have turned to icefie...

    I can't get over how full Jennifer Givhan's poems are. Where other poets write in a certain style, she takes several and mashes them together. Each poem is so packed with story and nature and culture and femininity and growth and metaphor and I could go on. The craft is awe-inspiring, ...

    I really don't need to review this book. Jennifer Givhan's books are all incredibly beautiful and stirring. This one is perhaps a bit more experimental. It plays with form in subtle ways that only add to the artistry of her poems. I recommend this book (and all of hers) highly. If you'...

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  • Sally
    Apr 04, 2018

    Givhan?s poems are searing, exquisite?their images visceral, strange and magnetic, exploring girlhood/womanhood, hungers and magic, exploring the beautiful and terrible body. Here?s a moment from ?Avra?: I zip my mouth like a winter coat the stars have turned to icefie...

  • Amy
    Apr 18, 2018

    Givhan?s poems are searing, exquisite?their images visceral, strange and magnetic, exploring girlhood/womanhood, hungers and magic, exploring the beautiful and terrible body. Here?s a moment from ?Avra?: I zip my mouth like a winter coat the stars have turned to icefie...

    I can't get over how full Jennifer Givhan's poems are. Where other poets write in a certain style, she takes several and mashes them together. Each poem is so packed with story and nature and culture and femininity and growth and metaphor and I could go on. The craft is awe-inspiring, ...

    I really don't need to review this book. Jennifer Givhan's books are all incredibly beautiful and stirring. This one is perhaps a bit more experimental. It plays with form in subtle ways that only add to the artistry of her poems. I recommend this book (and all of hers) highly. If you'...

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  • Susan
    Feb 27, 2018

    Givhan?s poems are searing, exquisite?their images visceral, strange and magnetic, exploring girlhood/womanhood, hungers and magic, exploring the beautiful and terrible body. Here?s a moment from ?Avra?: I zip my mouth like a winter coat the stars have turned to icefie...

    I can't get over how full Jennifer Givhan's poems are. Where other poets write in a certain style, she takes several and mashes them together. Each poem is so packed with story and nature and culture and femininity and growth and metaphor and I could go on. The craft is awe-inspiring, ...

    I really don't need to review this book. Jennifer Givhan's books are all incredibly beautiful and stirring. This one is perhaps a bit more experimental. It plays with form in subtle ways that only add to the artistry of her poems. I recommend this book (and all of hers) highly. If you'...

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  • Jessie McMains
    Mar 26, 2018

    Givhan?s poems are searing, exquisite?their images visceral, strange and magnetic, exploring girlhood/womanhood, hungers and magic, exploring the beautiful and terrible body. Here?s a moment from ?Avra?: I zip my mouth like a winter coat the stars have turned to icefie...

    I can't get over how full Jennifer Givhan's poems are. Where other poets write in a certain style, she takes several and mashes them together. Each poem is so packed with story and nature and culture and femininity and growth and metaphor and I could go on. The craft is awe-inspiring, ...

    I really don't need to review this book. Jennifer Givhan's books are all incredibly beautiful and stirring. This one is perhaps a bit more experimental. It plays with form in subtle ways that only add to the artistry of her poems. I recommend this book (and all of hers) highly. If you'...

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  • Keeley
    Apr 03, 2018

    Givhan?s poems are searing, exquisite?their images visceral, strange and magnetic, exploring girlhood/womanhood, hungers and magic, exploring the beautiful and terrible body. Here?s a moment from ?Avra?: I zip my mouth like a winter coat the stars have turned to icefie...

    I can't get over how full Jennifer Givhan's poems are. Where other poets write in a certain style, she takes several and mashes them together. Each poem is so packed with story and nature and culture and femininity and growth and metaphor and I could go on. The craft is awe-inspiring, ...

    I really don't need to review this book. Jennifer Givhan's books are all incredibly beautiful and stirring. This one is perhaps a bit more experimental. It plays with form in subtle ways that only add to the artistry of her poems. I recommend this book (and all of hers) highly. If you'...

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  • Juliana
    Oct 27, 2017

    Givhan?s poems are searing, exquisite?their images visceral, strange and magnetic, exploring girlhood/womanhood, hungers and magic, exploring the beautiful and terrible body. Here?s a moment from ?Avra?: I zip my mouth like a winter coat the stars have turned to icefie...

    I can't get over how full Jennifer Givhan's poems are. Where other poets write in a certain style, she takes several and mashes them together. Each poem is so packed with story and nature and culture and femininity and growth and metaphor and I could go on. The craft is awe-inspiring, ...

    I really don't need to review this book. Jennifer Givhan's books are all incredibly beautiful and stirring. This one is perhaps a bit more experimental. It plays with form in subtle ways that only add to the artistry of her poems. I recommend this book (and all of hers) highly. If you'...

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  • Joseph Dante
    Jan 12, 2018

    Givhan?s poems are searing, exquisite?their images visceral, strange and magnetic, exploring girlhood/womanhood, hungers and magic, exploring the beautiful and terrible body. Here?s a moment from ?Avra?: I zip my mouth like a winter coat the stars have turned to icefie...

    I can't get over how full Jennifer Givhan's poems are. Where other poets write in a certain style, she takes several and mashes them together. Each poem is so packed with story and nature and culture and femininity and growth and metaphor and I could go on. The craft is awe-inspiring, ...

    I really don't need to review this book. Jennifer Givhan's books are all incredibly beautiful and stirring. This one is perhaps a bit more experimental. It plays with form in subtle ways that only add to the artistry of her poems. I recommend this book (and all of hers) highly. If you'...

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  • Stephanie
    Apr 03, 2018

    Givhan?s poems are searing, exquisite?their images visceral, strange and magnetic, exploring girlhood/womanhood, hungers and magic, exploring the beautiful and terrible body. Here?s a moment from ?Avra?: I zip my mouth like a winter coat the stars have turned to icefie...

    I can't get over how full Jennifer Givhan's poems are. Where other poets write in a certain style, she takes several and mashes them together. Each poem is so packed with story and nature and culture and femininity and growth and metaphor and I could go on. The craft is awe-inspiring, ...

    I really don't need to review this book. Jennifer Givhan's books are all incredibly beautiful and stirring. This one is perhaps a bit more experimental. It plays with form in subtle ways that only add to the artistry of her poems. I recommend this book (and all of hers) highly. If you'...

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  • Jessica
    Mar 23, 2018

    Givhan?s poems are searing, exquisite?their images visceral, strange and magnetic, exploring girlhood/womanhood, hungers and magic, exploring the beautiful and terrible body. Here?s a moment from ?Avra?: I zip my mouth like a winter coat the stars have turned to icefie...

    I can't get over how full Jennifer Givhan's poems are. Where other poets write in a certain style, she takes several and mashes them together. Each poem is so packed with story and nature and culture and femininity and growth and metaphor and I could go on. The craft is awe-inspiring, ...

    I really don't need to review this book. Jennifer Givhan's books are all incredibly beautiful and stirring. This one is perhaps a bit more experimental. It plays with form in subtle ways that only add to the artistry of her poems. I recommend this book (and all of hers) highly. If you'...

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  • Lisa
    Apr 05, 2018

    Givhan?s poems are searing, exquisite?their images visceral, strange and magnetic, exploring girlhood/womanhood, hungers and magic, exploring the beautiful and terrible body. Here?s a moment from ?Avra?: I zip my mouth like a winter coat the stars have turned to icefie...

    I can't get over how full Jennifer Givhan's poems are. Where other poets write in a certain style, she takes several and mashes them together. Each poem is so packed with story and nature and culture and femininity and growth and metaphor and I could go on. The craft is awe-inspiring, ...

    I really don't need to review this book. Jennifer Givhan's books are all incredibly beautiful and stirring. This one is perhaps a bit more experimental. It plays with form in subtle ways that only add to the artistry of her poems. I recommend this book (and all of hers) highly. If you'...

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  • Tiah
    May 19, 2018

    Givhan?s poems are searing, exquisite?their images visceral, strange and magnetic, exploring girlhood/womanhood, hungers and magic, exploring the beautiful and terrible body. Here?s a moment from ?Avra?: I zip my mouth like a winter coat the stars have turned to icefie...

    I can't get over how full Jennifer Givhan's poems are. Where other poets write in a certain style, she takes several and mashes them together. Each poem is so packed with story and nature and culture and femininity and growth and metaphor and I could go on. The craft is awe-inspiring, ...

    I really don't need to review this book. Jennifer Givhan's books are all incredibly beautiful and stirring. This one is perhaps a bit more experimental. It plays with form in subtle ways that only add to the artistry of her poems. I recommend this book (and all of hers) highly. If you'...

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  • Tessa
    Feb 28, 2018

    Givhan?s poems are searing, exquisite?their images visceral, strange and magnetic, exploring girlhood/womanhood, hungers and magic, exploring the beautiful and terrible body. Here?s a moment from ?Avra?: I zip my mouth like a winter coat the stars have turned to icefie...

    I can't get over how full Jennifer Givhan's poems are. Where other poets write in a certain style, she takes several and mashes them together. Each poem is so packed with story and nature and culture and femininity and growth and metaphor and I could go on. The craft is awe-inspiring, ...

    I really don't need to review this book. Jennifer Givhan's books are all incredibly beautiful and stirring. This one is perhaps a bit more experimental. It plays with form in subtle ways that only add to the artistry of her poems. I recommend this book (and all of hers) highly. If you'...

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  • Allison
    Dec 12, 2017

    Givhan?s poems are searing, exquisite?their images visceral, strange and magnetic, exploring girlhood/womanhood, hungers and magic, exploring the beautiful and terrible body. Here?s a moment from ?Avra?: I zip my mouth like a winter coat the stars have turned to icefie...

    I can't get over how full Jennifer Givhan's poems are. Where other poets write in a certain style, she takes several and mashes them together. Each poem is so packed with story and nature and culture and femininity and growth and metaphor and I could go on. The craft is awe-inspiring, ...

    I really don't need to review this book. Jennifer Givhan's books are all incredibly beautiful and stirring. This one is perhaps a bit more experimental. It plays with form in subtle ways that only add to the artistry of her poems. I recommend this book (and all of hers) highly. If you'...

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  • Nadia A
    Jan 01, 2018

    Givhan?s poems are searing, exquisite?their images visceral, strange and magnetic, exploring girlhood/womanhood, hungers and magic, exploring the beautiful and terrible body. Here?s a moment from ?Avra?: I zip my mouth like a winter coat the stars have turned to icefie...

    I can't get over how full Jennifer Givhan's poems are. Where other poets write in a certain style, she takes several and mashes them together. Each poem is so packed with story and nature and culture and femininity and growth and metaphor and I could go on. The craft is awe-inspiring, ...

    I really don't need to review this book. Jennifer Givhan's books are all incredibly beautiful and stirring. This one is perhaps a bit more experimental. It plays with form in subtle ways that only add to the artistry of her poems. I recommend this book (and all of hers) highly. If you'...

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  • Samantha
    May 02, 2018

    Givhan?s poems are searing, exquisite?their images visceral, strange and magnetic, exploring girlhood/womanhood, hungers and magic, exploring the beautiful and terrible body. Here?s a moment from ?Avra?: I zip my mouth like a winter coat the stars have turned to icefie...

    I can't get over how full Jennifer Givhan's poems are. Where other poets write in a certain style, she takes several and mashes them together. Each poem is so packed with story and nature and culture and femininity and growth and metaphor and I could go on. The craft is awe-inspiring, ...

  • Anna
    Feb 27, 2018

    Givhan?s poems are searing, exquisite?their images visceral, strange and magnetic, exploring girlhood/womanhood, hungers and magic, exploring the beautiful and terrible body. Here?s a moment from ?Avra?: I zip my mouth like a winter coat the stars have turned to icefie...

    I can't get over how full Jennifer Givhan's poems are. Where other poets write in a certain style, she takes several and mashes them together. Each poem is so packed with story and nature and culture and femininity and growth and metaphor and I could go on. The craft is awe-inspiring, ...

    I really don't need to review this book. Jennifer Givhan's books are all incredibly beautiful and stirring. This one is perhaps a bit more experimental. It plays with form in subtle ways that only add to the artistry of her poems. I recommend this book (and all of hers) highly. If you'...

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  • Ace Boggess
    Apr 14, 2018

    Givhan?s poems are searing, exquisite?their images visceral, strange and magnetic, exploring girlhood/womanhood, hungers and magic, exploring the beautiful and terrible body. Here?s a moment from ?Avra?: I zip my mouth like a winter coat the stars have turned to icefie...

    I can't get over how full Jennifer Givhan's poems are. Where other poets write in a certain style, she takes several and mashes them together. Each poem is so packed with story and nature and culture and femininity and growth and metaphor and I could go on. The craft is awe-inspiring, ...

    I really don't need to review this book. Jennifer Givhan's books are all incredibly beautiful and stirring. This one is perhaps a bit more experimental. It plays with form in subtle ways that only add to the artistry of her poems. I recommend this book (and all of hers) highly. If you'...

  • Rachel
    Mar 16, 2018

    Givhan?s poems are searing, exquisite?their images visceral, strange and magnetic, exploring girlhood/womanhood, hungers and magic, exploring the beautiful and terrible body. Here?s a moment from ?Avra?: I zip my mouth like a winter coat the stars have turned to icefie...

    I can't get over how full Jennifer Givhan's poems are. Where other poets write in a certain style, she takes several and mashes them together. Each poem is so packed with story and nature and culture and femininity and growth and metaphor and I could go on. The craft is awe-inspiring, ...

    I really don't need to review this book. Jennifer Givhan's books are all incredibly beautiful and stirring. This one is perhaps a bit more experimental. It plays with form in subtle ways that only add to the artistry of her poems. I recommend this book (and all of hers) highly. If you'...

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  • Analisa
    Mar 19, 2018

    Givhan?s poems are searing, exquisite?their images visceral, strange and magnetic, exploring girlhood/womanhood, hungers and magic, exploring the beautiful and terrible body. Here?s a moment from ?Avra?: I zip my mouth like a winter coat the stars have turned to icefie...

    I can't get over how full Jennifer Givhan's poems are. Where other poets write in a certain style, she takes several and mashes them together. Each poem is so packed with story and nature and culture and femininity and growth and metaphor and I could go on. The craft is awe-inspiring, ...

    I really don't need to review this book. Jennifer Givhan's books are all incredibly beautiful and stirring. This one is perhaps a bit more experimental. It plays with form in subtle ways that only add to the artistry of her poems. I recommend this book (and all of hers) highly. If you'...

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  • Aline
    Mar 27, 2018

    Givhan?s poems are searing, exquisite?their images visceral, strange and magnetic, exploring girlhood/womanhood, hungers and magic, exploring the beautiful and terrible body. Here?s a moment from ?Avra?: I zip my mouth like a winter coat the stars have turned to icefie...

    I can't get over how full Jennifer Givhan's poems are. Where other poets write in a certain style, she takes several and mashes them together. Each poem is so packed with story and nature and culture and femininity and growth and metaphor and I could go on. The craft is awe-inspiring, ...

    I really don't need to review this book. Jennifer Givhan's books are all incredibly beautiful and stirring. This one is perhaps a bit more experimental. It plays with form in subtle ways that only add to the artistry of her poems. I recommend this book (and all of hers) highly. If you'...

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  • Ailey O'Toole
    Mar 16, 2018

    Givhan?s poems are searing, exquisite?their images visceral, strange and magnetic, exploring girlhood/womanhood, hungers and magic, exploring the beautiful and terrible body. Here?s a moment from ?Avra?: I zip my mouth like a winter coat the stars have turned to icefie...

    I can't get over how full Jennifer Givhan's poems are. Where other poets write in a certain style, she takes several and mashes them together. Each poem is so packed with story and nature and culture and femininity and growth and metaphor and I could go on. The craft is awe-inspiring, ...

    I really don't need to review this book. Jennifer Givhan's books are all incredibly beautiful and stirring. This one is perhaps a bit more experimental. It plays with form in subtle ways that only add to the artistry of her poems. I recommend this book (and all of hers) highly. If you'...

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  • Jordan Wilson
    Apr 02, 2018

    Givhan?s poems are searing, exquisite?their images visceral, strange and magnetic, exploring girlhood/womanhood, hungers and magic, exploring the beautiful and terrible body. Here?s a moment from ?Avra?: I zip my mouth like a winter coat the stars have turned to icefie...

    I can't get over how full Jennifer Givhan's poems are. Where other poets write in a certain style, she takes several and mashes them together. Each poem is so packed with story and nature and culture and femininity and growth and metaphor and I could go on. The craft is awe-inspiring, ...

    I really don't need to review this book. Jennifer Givhan's books are all incredibly beautiful and stirring. This one is perhaps a bit more experimental. It plays with form in subtle ways that only add to the artistry of her poems. I recommend this book (and all of hers) highly. If you'...

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  • Marlena
    Feb 05, 2018

    Givhan?s poems are searing, exquisite?their images visceral, strange and magnetic, exploring girlhood/womanhood, hungers and magic, exploring the beautiful and terrible body. Here?s a moment from ?Avra?: I zip my mouth like a winter coat the stars have turned to icefie...

    I can't get over how full Jennifer Givhan's poems are. Where other poets write in a certain style, she takes several and mashes them together. Each poem is so packed with story and nature and culture and femininity and growth and metaphor and I could go on. The craft is awe-inspiring, ...

    I really don't need to review this book. Jennifer Givhan's books are all incredibly beautiful and stirring. This one is perhaps a bit more experimental. It plays with form in subtle ways that only add to the artistry of her poems. I recommend this book (and all of hers) highly. If you'...

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  • Emily Benoit
    Mar 13, 2018

    Givhan?s poems are searing, exquisite?their images visceral, strange and magnetic, exploring girlhood/womanhood, hungers and magic, exploring the beautiful and terrible body. Here?s a moment from ?Avra?: I zip my mouth like a winter coat the stars have turned to icefie...

    I can't get over how full Jennifer Givhan's poems are. Where other poets write in a certain style, she takes several and mashes them together. Each poem is so packed with story and nature and culture and femininity and growth and metaphor and I could go on. The craft is awe-inspiring, ...

    I really don't need to review this book. Jennifer Givhan's books are all incredibly beautiful and stirring. This one is perhaps a bit more experimental. It plays with form in subtle ways that only add to the artistry of her poems. I recommend this book (and all of hers) highly. If you'...

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  • Kyle
    Dec 11, 2017

    Givhan?s poems are searing, exquisite?their images visceral, strange and magnetic, exploring girlhood/womanhood, hungers and magic, exploring the beautiful and terrible body. Here?s a moment from ?Avra?: I zip my mouth like a winter coat the stars have turned to icefie...

    I can't get over how full Jennifer Givhan's poems are. Where other poets write in a certain style, she takes several and mashes them together. Each poem is so packed with story and nature and culture and femininity and growth and metaphor and I could go on. The craft is awe-inspiring, ...

    I really don't need to review this book. Jennifer Givhan's books are all incredibly beautiful and stirring. This one is perhaps a bit more experimental. It plays with form in subtle ways that only add to the artistry of her poems. I recommend this book (and all of hers) highly. If you'...

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  • Scarlet
    Mar 11, 2018

    Givhan?s poems are searing, exquisite?their images visceral, strange and magnetic, exploring girlhood/womanhood, hungers and magic, exploring the beautiful and terrible body. Here?s a moment from ?Avra?: I zip my mouth like a winter coat the stars have turned to icefie...

    I can't get over how full Jennifer Givhan's poems are. Where other poets write in a certain style, she takes several and mashes them together. Each poem is so packed with story and nature and culture and femininity and growth and metaphor and I could go on. The craft is awe-inspiring, ...

    I really don't need to review this book. Jennifer Givhan's books are all incredibly beautiful and stirring. This one is perhaps a bit more experimental. It plays with form in subtle ways that only add to the artistry of her poems. I recommend this book (and all of hers) highly. If you'...

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  • Charlie Shaw
    Mar 11, 2018

    Givhan?s poems are searing, exquisite?their images visceral, strange and magnetic, exploring girlhood/womanhood, hungers and magic, exploring the beautiful and terrible body. Here?s a moment from ?Avra?: I zip my mouth like a winter coat the stars have turned to icefie...

    I can't get over how full Jennifer Givhan's poems are. Where other poets write in a certain style, she takes several and mashes them together. Each poem is so packed with story and nature and culture and femininity and growth and metaphor and I could go on. The craft is awe-inspiring, ...

    I really don't need to review this book. Jennifer Givhan's books are all incredibly beautiful and stirring. This one is perhaps a bit more experimental. It plays with form in subtle ways that only add to the artistry of her poems. I recommend this book (and all of hers) highly. If you'...

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  • Koleen Ysela
    Apr 04, 2018

    Givhan?s poems are searing, exquisite?their images visceral, strange and magnetic, exploring girlhood/womanhood, hungers and magic, exploring the beautiful and terrible body. Here?s a moment from ?Avra?: I zip my mouth like a winter coat the stars have turned to icefie...

    I can't get over how full Jennifer Givhan's poems are. Where other poets write in a certain style, she takes several and mashes them together. Each poem is so packed with story and nature and culture and femininity and growth and metaphor and I could go on. The craft is awe-inspiring, ...

    I really don't need to review this book. Jennifer Givhan's books are all incredibly beautiful and stirring. This one is perhaps a bit more experimental. It plays with form in subtle ways that only add to the artistry of her poems. I recommend this book (and all of hers) highly. If you'...

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  • Inventory
    Nov 06, 2017

    Givhan?s poems are searing, exquisite?their images visceral, strange and magnetic, exploring girlhood/womanhood, hungers and magic, exploring the beautiful and terrible body. Here?s a moment from ?Avra?: I zip my mouth like a winter coat the stars have turned to icefie...

    I can't get over how full Jennifer Givhan's poems are. Where other poets write in a certain style, she takes several and mashes them together. Each poem is so packed with story and nature and culture and femininity and growth and metaphor and I could go on. The craft is awe-inspiring, ...

    I really don't need to review this book. Jennifer Givhan's books are all incredibly beautiful and stirring. This one is perhaps a bit more experimental. It plays with form in subtle ways that only add to the artistry of her poems. I recommend this book (and all of hers) highly. If you'...

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  • Samantha Cozort
    May 14, 2018

    Givhan?s poems are searing, exquisite?their images visceral, strange and magnetic, exploring girlhood/womanhood, hungers and magic, exploring the beautiful and terrible body. Here?s a moment from ?Avra?: I zip my mouth like a winter coat the stars have turned to icefie...

    I can't get over how full Jennifer Givhan's poems are. Where other poets write in a certain style, she takes several and mashes them together. Each poem is so packed with story and nature and culture and femininity and growth and metaphor and I could go on. The craft is awe-inspiring, ...

    I really don't need to review this book. Jennifer Givhan's books are all incredibly beautiful and stirring. This one is perhaps a bit more experimental. It plays with form in subtle ways that only add to the artistry of her poems. I recommend this book (and all of hers) highly. If you'...

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  • Emily
    Mar 25, 2018

    Givhan?s poems are searing, exquisite?their images visceral, strange and magnetic, exploring girlhood/womanhood, hungers and magic, exploring the beautiful and terrible body. Here?s a moment from ?Avra?: I zip my mouth like a winter coat the stars have turned to icefie...

    I can't get over how full Jennifer Givhan's poems are. Where other poets write in a certain style, she takes several and mashes them together. Each poem is so packed with story and nature and culture and femininity and growth and metaphor and I could go on. The craft is awe-inspiring, ...

    I really don't need to review this book. Jennifer Givhan's books are all incredibly beautiful and stirring. This one is perhaps a bit more experimental. It plays with form in subtle ways that only add to the artistry of her poems. I recommend this book (and all of hers) highly. If you'...

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  • Talia B
    Apr 18, 2018

    Givhan?s poems are searing, exquisite?their images visceral, strange and magnetic, exploring girlhood/womanhood, hungers and magic, exploring the beautiful and terrible body. Here?s a moment from ?Avra?: I zip my mouth like a winter coat the stars have turned to icefie...

    I can't get over how full Jennifer Givhan's poems are. Where other poets write in a certain style, she takes several and mashes them together. Each poem is so packed with story and nature and culture and femininity and growth and metaphor and I could go on. The craft is awe-inspiring, ...

    I really don't need to review this book. Jennifer Givhan's books are all incredibly beautiful and stirring. This one is perhaps a bit more experimental. It plays with form in subtle ways that only add to the artistry of her poems. I recommend this book (and all of hers) highly. If you'...

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  • Alis
    Dec 12, 2017

    Givhan?s poems are searing, exquisite?their images visceral, strange and magnetic, exploring girlhood/womanhood, hungers and magic, exploring the beautiful and terrible body. Here?s a moment from ?Avra?: I zip my mouth like a winter coat the stars have turned to icefie...

    I can't get over how full Jennifer Givhan's poems are. Where other poets write in a certain style, she takes several and mashes them together. Each poem is so packed with story and nature and culture and femininity and growth and metaphor and I could go on. The craft is awe-inspiring, ...

    I really don't need to review this book. Jennifer Givhan's books are all incredibly beautiful and stirring. This one is perhaps a bit more experimental. It plays with form in subtle ways that only add to the artistry of her poems. I recommend this book (and all of hers) highly. If you'...

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  • Aurora Lewis
    Apr 11, 2018

    Givhan?s poems are searing, exquisite?their images visceral, strange and magnetic, exploring girlhood/womanhood, hungers and magic, exploring the beautiful and terrible body. Here?s a moment from ?Avra?: I zip my mouth like a winter coat the stars have turned to icefie...

    I can't get over how full Jennifer Givhan's poems are. Where other poets write in a certain style, she takes several and mashes them together. Each poem is so packed with story and nature and culture and femininity and growth and metaphor and I could go on. The craft is awe-inspiring, ...

    I really don't need to review this book. Jennifer Givhan's books are all incredibly beautiful and stirring. This one is perhaps a bit more experimental. It plays with form in subtle ways that only add to the artistry of her poems. I recommend this book (and all of hers) highly. If you'...

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  • Angelina Ramirez
    Apr 02, 2018

    Givhan?s poems are searing, exquisite?their images visceral, strange and magnetic, exploring girlhood/womanhood, hungers and magic, exploring the beautiful and terrible body. Here?s a moment from ?Avra?: I zip my mouth like a winter coat the stars have turned to icefie...

    I can't get over how full Jennifer Givhan's poems are. Where other poets write in a certain style, she takes several and mashes them together. Each poem is so packed with story and nature and culture and femininity and growth and metaphor and I could go on. The craft is awe-inspiring, ...

    I really don't need to review this book. Jennifer Givhan's books are all incredibly beautiful and stirring. This one is perhaps a bit more experimental. It plays with form in subtle ways that only add to the artistry of her poems. I recommend this book (and all of hers) highly. If you'...

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  • Marissa
    Apr 01, 2018

    Givhan?s poems are searing, exquisite?their images visceral, strange and magnetic, exploring girlhood/womanhood, hungers and magic, exploring the beautiful and terrible body. Here?s a moment from ?Avra?: I zip my mouth like a winter coat the stars have turned to icefie...

    I can't get over how full Jennifer Givhan's poems are. Where other poets write in a certain style, she takes several and mashes them together. Each poem is so packed with story and nature and culture and femininity and growth and metaphor and I could go on. The craft is awe-inspiring, ...

    I really don't need to review this book. Jennifer Givhan's books are all incredibly beautiful and stirring. This one is perhaps a bit more experimental. It plays with form in subtle ways that only add to the artistry of her poems. I recommend this book (and all of hers) highly. If you'...

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  • Cat Stewart
    Mar 18, 2018

    Givhan?s poems are searing, exquisite?their images visceral, strange and magnetic, exploring girlhood/womanhood, hungers and magic, exploring the beautiful and terrible body. Here?s a moment from ?Avra?: I zip my mouth like a winter coat the stars have turned to icefie...

    I can't get over how full Jennifer Givhan's poems are. Where other poets write in a certain style, she takes several and mashes them together. Each poem is so packed with story and nature and culture and femininity and growth and metaphor and I could go on. The craft is awe-inspiring, ...

    I really don't need to review this book. Jennifer Givhan's books are all incredibly beautiful and stirring. This one is perhaps a bit more experimental. It plays with form in subtle ways that only add to the artistry of her poems. I recommend this book (and all of hers) highly. If you'...

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