Passing Through

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Poetry Wales, Jan 1, 1984 - Poetry in English, 1945- - Texts - 64 pages
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In this last collection, Tripp's settings remain wide-ranging, from expensive restaurants, market towns, historical sites, and bland hotels to library reading rooms and bus stations. He questions what it means to live in advanced industrial societies and notes the replacement of the guiding values of the past by consumerism, mass production, and a loss of faith.

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