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Seventh Heaven (book)

For other uses, see Seventh Heaven (disambiguation).
Seventh Heaven
File:Seventh Heaven - Patti Smith.jpg
Author Patti Smith
Cover artist Judy Linn
Country United States
Language English
Genre Poetry
Publisher Telegraph Books
Publication date 1972
Media type Paperback
Pages 47
ISBN 978-0-915890-29-3
OCLC Number 128413912

Seventh Heaven is a poetry collection by Patti Smith, published in 1972.[1]


  1. "Seventh Heaven"
  2. "Sally"
  3. "Jeanne Darc"
  4. "Renee Falconetti"
  5. "A Fire of Unknown Origin"
  6. "Edie Sedgwick"
  7. "Crystal"
  8. "Marianne Faithfull"
  9. "Girl Trouble"
  10. "Cocaine"
  11. "Judith"
  12. "Fantasy"
  13. "Marilyn Miller"
  14. "Mary Jane"
  15. "Amelia Earhart I"
  16. "Amelia Earhart II"
  17. "Linda"
  18. "Death by Water"
  19. "Celine"
  20. "Dog Dream"
  21. "Female"
  22. "Longing"


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