Golden Age Ode: And Other Verses Mostly on Biblical Archeology
The author in his preface sayse: Though having enjoyed exceptional college training in both Greek and English poetry, I was assigned to biblical archeology in Rome and conducting Mid-East study tours. Retirement convinced me that my best insurance against oncoming immobility was return to poetry study and publication, not for fame or money, but for public criticism...
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