TITLE

EDITOR'S INTRODUCTION: The Poetry of Dragica Rajčić

AUTHOR(S)
Osborn, Holly Fulton
PUB. DATE
April 2009
SOURCE
disClosure;2009, Issue 18, p129
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Poem
ABSTRACT
The article presents several poems "Bosnia 92, 93" by Dragica Rajcic. First Line: they say everything can be fixed think we're; Last Line: thanks stay unborn my son. "Bosnia 95," by Dragica Rajcic. First Line: the Latin word for war will occur to me later; Last line: to ask what good war killing is. "For My Children," by Dragica Rajcic. First line: A country Beyond A country With Good; Last line: Dreamthornyarn.
ACCESSION #
43700900

 

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