A reissuing of In Sepia, poetry by Jon Anderson.
|Publisher:||Carnegie-Mellon University Press|
|Series:||Carnegie Mellon Classic Contemporary Series: Poetry|
|Product dimensions:||5.50(w) x 9.25(h) x 0.20(d)|
About the Author
JON ANDERSON grew up outside of Boston and lived there his first twenty years. He settled in Tucson, Arizona, in 1976, where he teaches at the University of Arizona. He has published six books, including Day Moon, Looking for Jonathan and The Milky Way. He has received, among other awards, a Guggenheim Fellowship, two NEA fellowships, and the Shelley Memorial Award for lifetime achievement from the Poetry Society of America.
Table of Contents
John Clare • Rosebud • A Commitment • The Journey from Essex, July 1841 • Ye Bruthers Dogg • Poems from the Chinese • In Autumn Though I Long to Be No One • The Days • A Bridge in Fog • Other Lives • A Woodblock by Hiroshige • Autumn Day • April • Spring Snow • The Secret of Poetry The Inner Gate Counting the Days • Refusals • Exile • Level • The Edge • In Sepia • Stories • Years •
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