Introducing Lily Brown

Powell, D. A.
June 2008
Pleiades;2008, Vol. 28 Issue 2, p82
This article presents an analysis regarding the poems of Lily Brown. It states that her poems seem self-conscious of their own beauty and what makes it certain is the graceful registration of the tone. It added that her poems though develop from imagination, they are rooted in the human situation and has the potential to touch the very foundation of one's being.


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