Stevie Smith was one of the few modern poets to reach a wide general audience. Bizarre, witty, sad, sometimes caustic, her poems impart a zest for life, and reveal her unique eye for the marvels of the ordinary and her deep sensibility to the paradoxical nature of all human emotions.
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A paperback edition with illustrated cover and edited by James MacGibbon. There is foxing and toning throughout but the text is clear and legible. There is a previous sellers paper label on the back cover.
Publisher: Penguin Books Ltd.
Publication Date: 1981.