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101 Poems To Help You Understand Men (And Women)
Binding
Hardcover
ISBN13
9780007133963
Pages
160
Dimensions
138 x 158 x 0mm
Released
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An anthology of poems to help you through the battle of the sexes.

'101 Poems To Help You Understand Men (And Women)' is the poetic alternative to the friend at the end of the phone. Ditch 'The Rules', pop psychology, scented candles, life coaches and aromatherapy. If you want to win the battle of the sexes, listen to the people who know - the poets who through the ages have been there too . . .

Daisy Goodwin introduces each section of poems with her usual tongue-in-cheek, witty and serious style, linking narratives. Sections include: How to make yourself irresistible (see Margaret Atwood's 'Siren Song': "the song that forces men to leap overboard in squadrons"); What he really means when he says. . .; Why doesn't he ring?; Flirting; How to be seductive; Hot dates; Mind games; Getting over him.

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