Toronto, Canada : Inner City Books, c1990.
Original publication date
223 p.; 22 cm
Continues the author's long-standing concern with the feminine (titles 4, 12, 21), focusing on the ways in which a woman may be undermined by a crippling relationship with her inner man.
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