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In his foreword, J.D. McClatchy speaks of the musical qualities of Lindsay's work: ""It is impossible, reading her poems, not to hear a musical hand at work. This is not just a matter of delicacy or virtuosity. It is also a matter of knowing how to phrase a line... Lindsay moves from...

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Main Author: Lindsay, Frannie.
Format: Book Electronic
Language:English
Published:Logan : Utah State University Press, ©2004.
Series:May Swenson Poetry Award series.
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