From the joy and anguish of her own experience, Sexton fashioned poems that told truths about the inner lives of men and women. This book comprises Sexton's ten volumes of verse, including the Pulitzer Prize-winner Live or Die, as well as seven poems form her last years.
“Once I was beautiful. Now I am myself.”from 'You, Doctor Martin,' p.4.
“The end of the affair is always death.”First line from 'The Ballad of the Lonely Masturbator,' p.198.
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