Adrienne Rich's Poetry and Prose

References

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  22. ^ Sinister Wisdom history
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  33. ^ Adrienne Rich grandchildren
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  36. ^ "Distinguished Contribution to American Letters". National Book Foundation. Retrieved March 11, 2012. (With acceptance speech by Rich and introduction by Mark Doty.)

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