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Listening to Winter* (The California Poetry Series, Vol. 4)

Fisk, Molly

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ISBN 10: 0966669134 / ISBN 13: 9780966669138
Published by Roundhouse Press, Berkeley, CA, 2000
Condition: Near Fine Soft cover
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1st edition paperback is in near fine condition, clean, unmarked, light wear, slight curl to covers. Signed by author on title page and signed again (1st name) on title page with these words "blessings. Molly 4/5/02". No dust jacket. "Poetry. A rich and varied body of work form an accomplished poet, through which runs the dark thread of incest, a leavening humor, and the deep solace of the natural world. Delineated with sharp visual detail and emotional complexity, this book breaks new ground. It is sure to be noticed, talked about, and remembered. Jane Hirschfield says of LISTENING TO WINTER, Molly Fisk brings to her readers a poetry of great emotional power, linguistic invention, and courage. She looks long and hard at the world, and speaks to what she sees with both clarity and depth.". Bookseller Inventory # 8423

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Title: Listening to Winter* (The California Poetry ...

Publisher: Roundhouse Press, Berkeley, CA

Publication Date: 2000

Binding: Soft cover

Book Condition:Near Fine

Dust Jacket Condition: No Jacket

Signed: Signed by Author(s)

Edition: 1st Edition

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Poetry. A rich and varied body of work form an accomplished poet, through which runs the dark thread of incest, a leavening humor, and the deep solace of the natural world. Delineated with sharp visual detail and emotional complexity, this book breaks new ground. It is sure to be noticed, talked about, and remembered. Jane Hirschfield says of LISTENING TO WINTER, Molly Fisk brings to her readers a poetry of great emotional power, linguistic invention, and courage. She looks long and hard at the world, and speaks to what she sees with both clarity and depth.

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A rich and varied body of work from an accomplished poet, through which runs the dark thread of incest, a leavening humor, and the deep solace of the natural world. Delineated with sharp visual detail and emotional complexity, this book breaks new ground. It is sure to be noticed, talked about, and remembered.

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