The River Girl by Wendy Cope


The River Girl by Wendy Cope

In the traditional fairy-tale style this book looks at the themes of love and loss by following the experiences of Isis, a river girl, who falls hopelesly in love with a mortal poet. Isis begs her Father, Thames, to free her from the river. Wendy Cope is the author of Making Cocoa for Kingsley Amis , Twiddling Your Thumbs a collection of finger rhymes for children and Is That the New Moon a collection of women's poetry.

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64 pages


Wendy Cope
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Publication date

7th May 1991



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