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Author:
Erica Jong
ISBN13:
978-0436224409
ISBN:
0436224402
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Publisher:
SECKER & WARBURG (April 2, 1973)
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Poetry
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1409 kb
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Erica Jong is an award-winning poet, novelist, and essayist best known for her eight bestselling novels . She begins the book with a series of poems that compare different vegetables and fruits to the anatomy of men and women. The book then goes on to talk about a variety of subjects.

Erica Jong is an award-winning poet, novelist, and essayist best known for her eight bestselling novels, including the international bestseller Fear of Flying. She is also the author of seven award-winning collections of poetry. In "His Silence" there's an undercurrent of sadness as she explores the idea of someone you love still controlled by events in thier past.

Erica Jong is an award-winning poet, novelist, and essayist best known for her eight bestselling novels, including the . Erica Jong's debute book of poetry is quite a fine collection of work. to be honest, i didn't realize a person could allude to so much with vegetables, especially onions. One person found this helpful.

Fruits & Vegetables book. Erica Jong, the bestselling author of FEAR OF FLYING and more recently FEAR OF FIFTY, began her literary life as a poet.

Erica Jong (née Mann; born March 26, 1942) is an American novelist, satirist, and poet, known particularly for her 1973 novel Fear of Flying

Erica Jong (née Mann; born March 26, 1942) is an American novelist, satirist, and poet, known particularly for her 1973 novel Fear of Flying. The book became famously controversial for its attitudes towards female sexuality and figured prominently in the development of second-wave feminism. According to The Washington Post, it has sold more than 20 million copies worldwide.

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Fruits & Vegetables is a surrealistic, funny, erotic, serious book about being human and female and American. What follows are love poems and sensual poems, topical satires, feminist poems, poems about a woman's mind, poems about death, metamorphosis and the situation of the artist

Fruits And Vegetables.

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Bibliographic Details. Title: FRUITS & VEGETABLES: POEMS BY ERICA JONG. Publisher: Holt, Rinehart and Winston. Publication Date: 1971. Erica Jong, the best-selling author of Fear of Flying, and more recently, Fear of Fifty, began her literary life as a poet. Fruits & Vegetables, originally published in 1971, offers a glimpse into the daring, erotic imagination of a young author of great promise. Here is a writer who puts metaphors in her oven, fruits and vegetables in her bed.

Erica jong’s gloriously wicked, sexy novel about the way .

Erica jong’s gloriously wicked, sexy novel about the way things ought to be for a woman. A PASSIONATE NOVE. he body wanting sex, sex, sex and love and safety, comfort; the mind wanting freedom, independence, the power to work, to writ. ery alive and real. Chapter 12, The Madman, originally appeared in Ms. in a slightly different form. The 8:29 to Frankfurt by Erica Mann originally appeared in the Beloit Poetry Journal, Winter 68/69.

  • It's hard to find poetry like this that is at once both erotic and sensual while remaining highly opinionated. Erica proudly wears her belief that women are just as fragile as men and yet can be just as hard as men. In her hands, the word "feminist" becomes a finely edged tool that can reshape how we think of ourselves and our interaction with each other in relationships. She begins the book with a series of poems that compare different vegetables and fruits to the anatomy of men and women. The book then goes on to talk about a variety of subjects. In "His Silence" there's an undercurrent of sadness as she explores the idea of someone you love still controlled by events in thier past. In "With Silk" she talks about a lover as if he were a spectral agent instead of a man made of mere flesh.

    Never afraid to show her displeasure with life and love or her sheer delight of it, Erica's work is provacative and a joy to read. She calls to mind such other poets as Pablo Neruda and Sylvia Plath, both of whom are excellent in their own right.

    As a male I find her work refreshing and brutally honest and in a age where those qualities are looked down on I'm delighted that Erica has remained true to that inner voice.

  • This was already a favourite book. I bought a used copy to replace the one that fell apart from love!

  • Arrived promptly. As described.

  • Erica takes the ordinary and makes it extraordinary in this her first book of her poetry. I am sick and tired of reading poetry in textbooks by dead white male windbags that have absolutely no relation to my life as a female.
    Erica writes lovingly of the lowly Onion! "I am thinking of the onion again, with it's two O mouths, like the gaping holes in nobody. . . . " and it is pure ecstasy! I highly recommend this book to all poetry lovers. Also visite her website for even more inspriation: ericajong.com.

  • Erica Jong's debute book of poetry is quite a fine collection of work. to be honest, i didn't realize a person could allude to so much with vegetables, especially onions.