The bridge: a poem

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H. Liveright, 1930 - 76 pages
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This book was unreadable for me. I tried. It actually pains me to put it away as I'm a reader who will give any author the respect of finishing their book but here Mr. Mano utterly fails to convince me. The writing is just simply bad. Read full review

Review: The Bridge: A Poem

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Classic American poetry at its finest, with cameos by Pocahontas, Rip Van Winkle, and Walt Whitman. Crane captures the freedom and schizophrenic manic nature of America and her people. Read full review

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