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The Compleat Panther Cycles

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The Compleat Panther Cycles
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Publisher: Lulu.com
ISBN/ASIN: 1411637941
ISBN-13: 9781411637948
Number of pages: 617

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The full revelation of the legendary Panther Cycles. Written over a two year period, these more than six hundred and forty poems chart the ups and downs of the intensely dysfunctional love affair that ended a marriage and established William F. DeVault as the "Romantic Poet of the Internet". This volume has been called one of the most ambitious books of poetry ever written.

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