4 edition of A Literary Book of Days found in the catalog.
A Literary Book of Days
Library of Congress
by Universe Pub
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
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"My days," writes the bestselling author of She's Not There in her new memoir, "have been numbered by dogs." Recalling Eileen Myles's Afterglow, Boylan's newest book is a touching look at the different identities she's inhabited through her many furry friends—whose love has been a constant in a life marked by change.