Captivity by Laurie Sheck

By Laurie Sheck

The “exquisite and haunting” (Booklist) choice of poems outfitted round the language and mystique of yank captivity narratives within which Sheck enters the vibrant existence we are living inside of our personal minds and selves, and takes us into the mysterious underside of realization and selfhood.

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