Pure by Carol Frost

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"Carol Frost's powerhouse poems . . . are saturated with urgency. Their special province is the violence reflected in our innermost selves, where conscience is often defeated by knowledge of a world that is not oly terrifying and beautiful, but highly deterministic." --The Gettysburg Review

About Carol Frost

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Carol Frost splits her time between Cedar Key, Florida, and upstate New York. She has won three Pushcart Prizes and been awarded two fellowships by the National Endowment of the Arts. Her books include Love and Scorn (2000), Venus and Don Juan (1996), and Pure (1994), all published by TriQuarterly Books/Northwestern University Press.
Published May 11, 1994 by Triquarterly. 64 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Frost ( Chimera ) introduces this new collection, her seventh, with a ruminative poem, ``Fate,'' asking the reader to imagine fishing for trout in the twilit shadows as the mind ``learns / to drift, to take in the slightest signs, as if there's / already begun / under the surface what will come t...

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Appearance: The same size as the Mentos chewy fruit candies that come in a roll, these gum tablets are white speckled with bright blue with a hollow, mint gel-filled center Thoughts: Having several crowns and filled cavities, I generally stay away from gum, but these were pretty good!

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