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Dante's drum-kit

Author: Douglas Dunn
Publisher: London ; Boston : Faber and Faber, 1993.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Terza rima, the form of this poetry, provides the author with the structure for his own meditation on the afterlife, "Disenchantments". Other poems are evidence of his technical virtuosity, with  Read more...

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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Douglas Dunn
ISBN: 0571169635 9780571169634 0571170552 9780571170555
OCLC Number: 31173721
Description: 145 pages ; 21 cm
Contents: Academy's Runners --
Turn Over a New Leaf --
Unlike Herons --
Henry Petroski, The Pencil. A History. Faber and Faber, 14.99[pound] --
Kabla Khun --
Bedfordshire --
Libraries: A Celebration --
Bagni di Lucca --
Australian Dream-Essay --
Disenchantments --
Moorlander --
The Crossroads of the Birds --
'Bare Ruined Choirs' --
The Penny Gibbet --
Gaberlunzie --
Nineteen-Thirteen --
Weeding a Border --
Body Echoes --
Swigs --
Poor People's Cafes --
Queen February --
Audenesques for 1960 --
Extra Helpings --
Preserve and Renovate --
One Thing and Another --
Early Autumn --
A Game of Bowls --
Just Standing There --
Middle Age --
Spanish Oranges --
Garden Hints --
To My Desk --
Long Ago --
Saturday's Rainbow --
Sketches --
Prodigious Twins --
'Scenic Tunnels' --
Dressed to Kill.
Responsibility: Douglas Dunn.

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