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Identity Poetics
Poet Deborah Garrison's "A Working Girl Can't Win" follows modern girls into the big city. [04-13-98]
— Elizabeth Manus, THE BOSTON PHOENIX

Darkness Visible
Danzy Senna's "Caucasia" confronts the issues of race, adolescence, and alienation. [02-16-98]
— Elizabeth Manus, THE BOSTON PHOENIX

1997's Best Fiction
1997's best fiction was a blend of new and venerable voices. [12-29-97]
— Elizabeth Manus, Editor, THE BOSTON PHOENIX

Bright Lights, Big Cities
They say "City air makes men free," and for people who live in cities but still can't get enough of them, there are city books. [12-08-97]
— Elizabeth Manus, THE BOSTON PHOENIX

Jamaica Kincaid
In her new memoir, Kincaid confronts the bitter truths about life and death. [10-20-97]
— Elizabeth Manus, THE BOSTON PHOENIX

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