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Robin Becker

Becker is a poet and Poetry Editor for The Women's Review of Books.

WHERE THE SUN SHAN’T SHINE

Lewis Warsh’s A Place in the Sun begins with a murder: two young women, Irene and Marina, are in their kitchen. Irene is ironing; Marina is at the table drinking coffee. It’s a cozy scene, domestic.

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The Brooklyn Rail

JUL-AUG 2020

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