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"The dying of a beloved wife and fellow poet makes for a bleak and lonely tale. But Donald Hall's poignant and courageous poetry, facing that dread fact, involves us all: the magnificent, humorous, and gifted woman, Jane Kenyon, who suffered and died; the doctors and nurses who tried but f...

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Main Author: Hall, Donald, 1928-2018.
Language:English
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Summary:"The dying of a beloved wife and fellow poet makes for a bleak and lonely tale. But Donald Hall's poignant and courageous poetry, facing that dread fact, involves us all: the magnificent, humorous, and gifted woman, Jane Kenyon, who suffered and died; the doctors and nurses who tried but failed to save her; the neighbors, friends, and relatives who grieved for her; the husband who sat by her while she lived and afterward sat in their house alone with his pain, self-pity, and fury; and those of us who until now had nothing to do with it."--BOOK JACKET.
Item Description:"In memorian, Jane Kenyon, 1947-1995"--Page following t.p.
"Autographed copy"
Physical Description:81 pages ; 23 cm
ISBN:039588408X
9780395884089
0395957656
9780395957653

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Call Number: PS3515.A3152 W58 1998
Notes: committed to retain http://eastlibraries.org/retained-materials 20160630 Retained for EAST 20310630 EAST
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