Segues: a correspondence in poetry

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D.R. Godine, 1983 - Poetry - 52 pages
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Poetic letters between two writers deal with friendship, family life, storytelling, and the past

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Beautifully done. There were times where it was difficult to know which poet wrote which poem. These are two of my favorite poets. Read full review

Contents

The Part I Know
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Suppose
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Slow
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Copyright

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About the author (1983)

Born in Kansas, William Stafford was educated in the Midwest and has taught at Lewis and Clark College in Oregon. He is a consciously "Western poet, a word-painter of Western landscapes. He is often linked with Robert Bly and James Wright as a poet of deep imagery. He has said: "My poetry seems to me direct and communicative, with some oddity and variety. It is usually not formal. It is much like talk, with some enhancement.

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