In Meg Johnson??s second full length poetry collection, The Crimes of Clara Turlington, women break the rules and pass for good girls. As the poem Slugger reveals, “I could never be / a suspect, cardigan / and pink lips.” Clara Turlington and her contemporaries are contradictions, both trouble-making thrill seekers and faultless products of their environment. “… I didn??t know / my mind would become a neon / death scene ...” (Ex??s Exit). Scandalous, yet heartfelt, The Crimes of Clara Turlington, is indeed a “furry pink pillow full of blood and teeth.”
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|Size: ||516 KB|
|Publisher: ||Vine Leaves Press|
|Date published: || 2015|
|ISBN: ||9780994283788 (DRM-EPUB)|
|Read Aloud: ||not allowed|