The Complete Poems of Carl Sandburg
The definitive edition of the Pulitzer Prize-winning collection. “A marvelous prosody, a perfect ear for the beautiful potentials of common speech, something he learned from folk song, but mostly he learned from just listening” (Kenneth Rexroth).
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Review: The Complete PoemsUser Review - Richard Epstein - Goodreads
832 pages of Sandburg! Can you imagine anything worse? What? The Collected Poems of Southey runs to 2288 pages? Oh. Well, then, I concede that less of bad thing is better than more of a bad thing. Read full review
Review: The Complete PoemsUser Review - Yusra - Goodreads
Carl Sandburg is a favorite contemporary poet. I wish this book was in two volumes instead of one because it is huge. Read full review