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By Tatiana Bengochea

An intimate choice of poetry and prose that chronicles the reports of 1 woman in her 20s. writer Tatiana Bengochea stocks touching, insightful moments as she grows up, chronologically sharing items written from the age of nineteen to 29. discover a woman's center and brain as Tatiana information own bills and ideas approximately boys, love, careers, relations, and intercourse in a voice that is all her own.

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