The Man Under My Skin by Juliana Gray
(River City Poetry)

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Encompassing a range of themes and forms, the poetry in Juliana Gray’s debut collection, The Man Under My Skin addresses matters public and intimate, personal and historical. The history and identity of the South, family, relationships, nature, love and heartbreak—all are dissected with lyrical and wry language. Among these pages, readers will encounter Civil Rights activists, an aviary of symbolic birds, a panty thief, a vengeful skeleton, and a sensual vision of heaven

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Published November 1, 2005 by River City Publishing. 96 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction. Fiction