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In this gentle, unassuming memoir set against the Vietnam era, Digges (English/Tufts Univ.), a poet, recounts her coming of age and the break with home and family that emancipated her as a woman and a writer.| Read Full Review of Fugitive Spring: A Memoir
As the sixth of 10 children born to Dutch immigrants, poet Digges ( Late in the Millennium ) has had an interesting upbringing, and here she chronicles it with humor and love. Raised on a Missouri appJan 01 1992 | Read Full Review of Fugitive Spring: A Memoir
FUGITIVE SPRING: COMING OF AGE IN THE '50s AND '60s Deborah Digges (Vintage, $11, 1991) The poet Deborah Digges has written a wonderful memoir of her childhood in Missouri, her adolescence (summers spent working in her father's cancer clinic), and her marriage to an Air Force pilot.Jul 16 1993 | Read Full Review of Fugitive Spring: A Memoir
It is a story of paradise gradually lost with glimpses of a future in which paradise is regained or, at least, in which the loss of paradise is turned into knowledge and poetry.Feb 07 1992 | Read Full Review of Fugitive Spring: A Memoir
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