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Fear Of The Ride

byRonna Bloom

Paperback | April 15, 1990

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Ronna Bloom is a poet, performer and psychotherapist who has also worked as a photographer and videomaker. Born in Montreal, she now lives and works in Toronto. "
Ronna Bloom is a poet, performer and psychotherapist who has also worked as a photographer and videomaker. Born in Montreal, she now lives and works in Toronto. "
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Title:Fear Of The RideFormat:PaperbackDimensions:9 × 6 × 0.68 inPublished:April 15, 1990Language:English

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ISBN - 10:0886293022

ISBN - 13:9780886293024

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"There is much life in Ronna Bloom's impressive first collection, Fear of the Ride; much to bless and mourn. This is a strong and original new voice, whether Bloom is speaking of the 'long longing' that loss produces, or of the heart's absurd demand, Bloom's command of rhetoric and cadence, her radical emotional honesty, and blunt, deep humour work to create a fearless and engaging poetry." -Rhea Tregebov "Few poets write of grief and love with such simple elegance and an impressive depth. Ronna Bloom writes clear and hard about what hurts, and gives us hope."-Susan Musgrave "Ronna Bloom['s work is] immediately and continuously both attractive and impressive. The poems [are] full of high comedy and profound seriousness, mostly at the same time, and to my ear their rhythms [are] consistently superb... an unusually fine collection."-George Johnston