Harvest Poems, 1910-1960
A representative selection of poems, culled from the Pulitzer Prize-winning poet’s published verse, plus thirteen poems appearing in book form for the first time. “[Sandburg’s poetry] is independent, honest, direct, lyric, and it endures, clamorous and muted, magical as life itself” (New York Times). Introduction by Mark Van Doren.
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Review: Harvest Poems: 1910-1960User Review - Jake Cooper - Goodreads
Sandburg's romantic grit is unmistakeable -- factories making rivets and men unloading wheat -- his poems are muggy with sweat. I just wish they offered more than nostalgia. ("Chicago" & "Grass" are 5-star poems, btw. Read those.) Read full review
Review: Harvest Poems: 1910-1960User Review - Brandi Denson - Goodreads
Lovely poems by a brilliant poet Read full review