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PN Review 235
Edited by Michael Schmidt
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This title is available for academic inspection (paperback only).
ISBN: 978 1 784101 46 6
Series: PN Review
Categories: 19th Century, 20th Century, 21st Century, American, Anglican, Anthologies, Australian, Black and Asian, British, Canadian, Caribbean, Catholic, French, Gay and Lesbian, German, Humour, Indian, Irish, Italian, Jewish, Memoirs, New Zealand, Portuguese, Scottish, Translation, Welsh, Women
Imprint: PN Review
Published: May 2017
297 x 210 mm
Publisher: Carcanet Press
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Awards won by Michael Schmidt Winner, 2016 Forward Prize for Best Single Poem - Sasha Dugdale's 'Joy', published in PN Review 227 (PN Review 227 )
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