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Always a reckoning, and other poems

Author: Jimmy Carter
Publisher: New York : Times Books, ©1995.
Edition/Format:   Book : English : 1st edView all editions and formats
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A collection of 44 poems by President Jimmy Carter, organized by topics of places, politics, people, and private lives.
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Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Carter, Jimmy, 1924-
Always a reckoning, and other poems.
New York : Times Books, ©1995
(OCoLC)622772989
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Jimmy Carter
ISBN: 0812924347 9780812924343
OCLC Number: 30319875
Notes: Includes index.
Description: xi, 130 pages : illustrations ; 21 cm
Contents: People --
Rachel --
Mister Woodruff and Old Bess --
The County Boss Explains How It Is --
A Motorcycling Sister --
Miss Lillian --
Miss Lillian Sees Leprosy for the First Time --
The More Things Change --
A Committee of Scholars Describe the Future Without Me --
To One, Now Gone, Who Always Let His Hunting Partner Claim a Downed Bird --
The Ballad of Tom Gordy --
The Pasture Gate --
Places --
Plains --
Of Possum and Fatback --
Peanuts --
The Day No One came to the Peanut Picker --
Itinerant Songsters Visit our Village --
The History of a Point --
A Reflection of Beauty in Washington --
Flying into Japan and Seeing Mount Fuji --
Above the Clouds --
Priorities of Some Mexican Children --
Politics --
My First Try for Votes --
Progress Does Not Always Come Easy --
A President Expresses Concern on a Visit to Westminster Abbey --
A Battle Prayer --
It Can Fool the Sun --
Hollow Eyes, Bellies, Hearts --
With Words We Learn to Hate --
Why We Get Cheaper Tires from Liberia --
Private Lives --
Rosalynn --
Some Things I Love --
Difficult Times --
Always a Reckoning --
Prosperity Doesn't Suit Everyone --
I Wanted To Share My Father's World --
Of My Father's Cancer, and His Dreams --
A Winter Morning --
Sport --
When We Lit the Kerosene Lamps --
Light Comes in Turkey Country --
Trout --
A Contemplation of What Has been Created, and Why --
Considering the Void --
On Using Words --
Life on a Killer Submarine.
Responsibility: Jimmy Carter ; illustrated by Sarah Elizabeth Chuldenko.
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A collection of 44 poems by President Jimmy Carter, organized by topics of places, politics, people, and private lives.

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