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Kwame Dawes: Wheels.

Kwame Dawes


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Each poem in Dawes's newest collection seeks the answers to life's most pertinent questions, merging lyric poetry with such seeming unlyrical issues as politics, natural disasters, and social upheaval, Dawes has published over thirty books--more than half of them collections of poetry--in his career. and is recognized as one of the leading writers of the Caribbean.

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Title Annotation:Nota Bene
Publication:World Literature Today
Article Type:Book review
Date:Jan 1, 2012
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