The Small Blades Hurt

Erica Dawson

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She earned her BA at the University of British Columbia and in 1924 she received her MA from the University of Toronto. X The seller ebook-reader offers you 15.0% on each sale! Whereas much of her earlier work focused on the transience of love, this book marked her most political work to date. Loop the ribbon stemming from the bottom of the book back around to the top of the book and pull the ribbon into a tight loop. [10] Take the ribbon coming out of the bottom side of the book's top hole.

Pages: 78

Publisher: Measure Press Inc. (December 6, 2013)

ISBN: 1939574048

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