100 Poems Without a Country

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Red Dust, Jan 1, 1980 - Poetry - 147 pages
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"Fried's poetry is remarkable because it expresses a spectrum of feeling in which there is no dividing line between the political and the personal" Stuart Hood."A poetical voice of infallible distinction, energy and wit" -Inge Judd, Library Journal

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Contents

Shaving
3
Nostalgia
9
On Ice
15
In Sore Straits
22
French Soldiers Mutiny 1917
31
Chile Again
37
The Return
42
The Experts
55
Speechless
70
ThousandYearlong Empire
83
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About the author (1980)

Hood, distinguished writer and broadcaster, is a former BBC TV Controller of Programmes, wartime British officer, escaped POW and resistance fighter.

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