Rosetree

Rosetree

Book - 1989
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In Rosetree, a strong lyrical voice turns the spirit to account, translates its inner workings into art. These poems touch the spirit; in them we see how we think. The poet has listened deeply to the voices of nature in animals, rivers, trees, children, artists; from the languages of her Ohio childhood to the speech of the seasons in Yugoslavia, where she lived as a musician for eight years.
Publisher: Cambridge, Mass. : Alice James Books, [1989]
Copyright Date: ©1989
ISBN: 9780914086857
0914086855
Branch Call Number: PS3562.O594 R67 1989
Characteristics: 66 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm
Uniform Title: Rose tree

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