Cover

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pp. 1-3

Title Page

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pp. 4-4

Copyright Page

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pp. 5-7

Contents

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pp. vii-ix

Acknowledgments

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pp. xi-xii

Lori Schappell, a Conjoined Twin, Addresses the Kmart Cashier Who Eyes Her with Too Much Sympathy

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pp. 3-17

The Rockwell Poems

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pp. 5-19

Irene, Suicide, Four Years after Divorcing Norman Rockwell and Marrying Francis Hartley, Jr.

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pp. 7-8

Mary Rockwell, after the Abortion

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pp. 9-22

Mary Rockwell, 1950

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pp. 10-11

Mary Rockwell after Her Son Is Accidentally Stabbed While Fencing

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pp. 12-25

To Mary Rockwell, now dead

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pp. 13-29

Mary Todd on Her Deathbed

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pp. 17-18

Marie Laurent Pasteur Addresses Louis in Her Mind While She Scalds the Sheets

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pp. 19-32

Marie Laurent Pasteur Watches Louis Walk to the Kennels after His Stroke

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pp. 20-33

Mary Cassatt, Going Blind, Crosses Her Room

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pp. 21-34

Katharine Hepburn in the Attic with Her Dead Brother

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pp. 22-35

The Beuret-Claudel-Rodin Poems

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pp. 23-37

Rose Beuret in a Cool Bath While a Servant Reads the Society Pages to Her

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pp. 25-26

Camille Claudel Bathing in the Lake near Chateau D'Islette

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pp. 27-28

Camille Claudel Does Not Want to See the Baby

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pp. 29-42

Camille Claudel in Her Studio in Quai Bourbon

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pp. 30-31

Camille Caludel Refuses to Sculpt Clay Given to Her by Sister Saint Hildefonse at the Asylum

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pp. 32-33

After a Trip to the Dentist with Sister Sain Hildefonse, Camille Claudel Returns to the Asylum

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pp. 34-47

Camille Claudel Dies after Thirty Years in the Asylum

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pp. 35-51

For Sylvia: Come Winter. Come, Winter.

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pp. 39-52

Minna Edison Listens to Her Husband Give a Lecture around the Time He Is Deciding to Disown Thomas Edison, Jr., Minna's Stepson

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pp. 40-53

Margaret Sanger Addresses the Ghost of Ida Craddock

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pp. 41-42

Monica Lewinsky Thinks of Bill Clinton While Standing Naked in Front of a Hotel Mirror

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pp. 43-44

Mrs. Dali

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pp. 45-59

The Borden Poems

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pp. 47-61

Lizzie Borden Addresses Her Jury of Men

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pp. 49-50

Lizzie Borden in Love

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pp. 51-52

The Night Lizzie Borden Dies

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pp. 53-54

The Lion Tamer's Wife after the Lion's Escape from the Motordome

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pp. 57-58

Dorothy Day's Daughter, Pregnant with Her Ninth Child, Begs Her Mother for Charity: A Bedtime Prayer

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pp. 59-60

Marie Curie Gives Advice to Her Daughter Irene before Her Wedding

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pp. 61-62

The Mule-Faced Woman, 1926

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pp. 63-64

Ethel Waters' Mother, Louise--Raped at Twelve--Cannot Listen to her Daughter Sing 'His Eye Is on the Sparrow'

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pp. 65-78

Ida Saxton McKinley, the First Lady, Seizes during a Dinner Party

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pp. 66-67

Helen Keller Dying in Her Sleep

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pp. 71-84

Other Books in the Series

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pp. 72-85

Back Cover

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pp. 86-86