Tiger Girl shimmers with beauty and rage: for every exquisite description of a bird or tiger, there’s an incident of cruelty and horror, unfolded on the page by a poet who watches and refuses to flinch. In Pascale Petit’s eighth collection she focuses on the forests of Central India, where tigers live among the trees, breeding, […]
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