Savage Flower Anna B. Sutton

Savage Flower

Author: Anna B. Sutton
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Book Title
Savage Flower
Author
Anna B. Sutton
ISBN
9781625570239
In SAVAGE FLOWER, winner of the 2019 St. Lawrence Book Award, Anna B. Sutton explores female oppression and agency in the Bible Belt South. The intertwined landscapes of Tennessee and North Carolina are the backdrop for Sutton's beautiful, warring marriage of religion, family, the body, sex and reproductive rights, and the inevitable cycle of destruction and rebirth. In the tradition of the confessional poem, Sutton looks to her past in search of redemption, while always keeping an eye on the larger meaning. Timely, affecting, and fearless, there are no easy answers in Sutton's imperfect world. As she says in the poem Center Hill, "Even the most beautiful things are full / of our blood."Binding Type: PaperbackAuthor: Anna B. SuttonPublisher: Black Lawrence Press, Inc.Published: 07/15/2021ISBN: 9781625570239Pages: 85Weight: 0.20lbsSize: 8.40h x 5.40w x 0.20d

In SAVAGE FLOWER, winner of the 2019 St. Lawrence Book Award, Anna B. Sutton explores female oppression and agency in the Bible Belt South. The intertwined landscapes of Tennessee and North Carolina are the backdrop for Sutton's beautiful, warring marriage of religion, family, the body, sex and reproductive rights, and the inevitable cycle of destruction and rebirth. In the tradition of the confessional poem, Sutton looks to her past in search of redemption, while always keeping an eye on the larger meaning. Timely, affecting, and fearless, there are no easy answers in Sutton's imperfect world. As she says in the poem Center Hill, "Even the most beautiful things are full / of our blood."



Binding Type: Paperback
Author: Anna B. Sutton
Publisher: Black Lawrence Press, Inc.
Published: 07/15/2021
ISBN: 9781625570239
Pages: 85
Weight: 0.20lbs
Size: 8.40h x 5.40w x 0.20d

In SAVAGE FLOWER, winner of the 2019 St. Lawrence Book Award, Anna B. Sutton explores female oppression and agency in the Bible Belt South. The intertwined landscapes of Tennessee and North Carolina are the backdrop for Sutton's beautiful, warring marriage of religion, family, the body, sex and reproductive rights, and the inevitable cycle of destruction and rebirth. In the tradition of the confessional poem, Sutton looks to her past in search of redemption, while always keeping an eye on the larger meaning. Timely, affecting, and fearless, there are no easy answers in Sutton's imperfect world. As she says in the poem Center Hill, "Even the most beautiful things are full / of our blood."



Binding Type: Paperback
Author: Anna B. Sutton
Publisher: Black Lawrence Press, Inc.
Published: 07/15/2021
ISBN: 9781625570239
Pages: 85
Weight: 0.20lbs
Size: 8.40h x 5.40w x 0.20d