Florida in poetry: a history of the imagination

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Pineapple Press, Sep 1, 1995 - Fiction - 295 pages
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- The first comprehensive anthology of Florida poetry from some of the earliest European encounters with the peninsula to the experiences of contemporary poets- A cross-section of voices enchanted by, complaining about, wondering at, bemused by, and disgusted with Florida's environment and character- Includes poems by Bartolome de Flores, Walt Whitman, Langston Hughes, Elizabeth Bishop, James Merrill, Edmund Skellings, May Swenson, Richard Willbur, Donald Justice, Marjory Stoneman Douglas, Enld Shomer, and Ricardo Pau-Llosa, among many others- A delightful blend of old and modern poetry that poets and students will appreciate

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23. Florida in Poetry : A History of the Imagination by Jane Anderson Jones & Maurice O'Sullivan (editors), (1995, 285 pages, read Jan 25 – Apr 30) This is one of those moments where I really regret ... Read full review

Contents

The European Contact
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Morton 1962
19
Hernando De Soto
24
Copyright

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About the author (1995)

Jones is a professor of English and Humanities of Manatee Community College.

About the Author:
Maurice O'Sullivan

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