by Heather McHugh
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Poems featuring wit and word play discuss the themes of life, death, aging, cruelty, and religion, but also such contemporary topics as Webcams and the Internet.
September 22, 2009 MacArthur Fellow Heather McHugh mines words for contradictions and double meanings, offering the reader an expansive, fresh perspective on themes like love and mortality.
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