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The moon knows no boundary

Author: Mary Tilberg
Publisher: Toronto ; Buffalo : Guernica ; Chicago : Distributor [USA] : Independent Publishers Group, 2004.
Series: Essential poets, 128.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : English : 1st edView all editions and formats
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The poems in this collection describe the survival of love and family during times of war. Spanning early-20th-century Russia to the present day, each war and upheaval is described as both a failure of peace and another step backward. The deeply antiwar poems attest to the survival of human love and the creative spirit during the most trying times. {Guernica Editions}
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Poetry
Additional Physical Format: Print version:
Tilberg, Mary.
Moon knows no boundary.
Toronto ; Buffalo : Guernica ; Chicago : Distributor [USA] : Independent Publishers Group, 2004
(DLC) 2003114601
(OCoLC)53397216
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Mary Tilberg
ISBN: 9781550714388 1550714384
OCLC Number: 1043425067
Description: 1 online resource.
Contents: Intro; Contents; Acknowledgements; Siberian Snow; A Spy Story (1915); In Winter; Vladimir; Boot Hill; Maria (1992); Re-Unions; Natasha; Diaspora --
Conception; Bad Canstatt (1952); Born Stateless; Toss-Up (1964); Leaving Africa (1965); South of Bloor (1965); Milk; First Snow; Origins; Conversations; Black Creek Pioneer Village; Immigrant Kids; E.S.L. Class; Desert Briefing; New Century; Jorge; In My Uncle's House; Delta; The Death of Sardanapalus; My Country; Citizen; Bow River in May; Runner; Migrant; October Straits; Varykino 1; Varykino 2; Return to Varykino; Publisher Information.
Series Title: Essential poets, 128.
Responsibility: Mary Tilberg.

Abstract:

The poems in this collection describe the survival of love and family during times of war. Spanning early-20th-century Russia to the present day, each war and upheaval is described as both a failure of peace and another step backward. The deeply antiwar poems attest to the survival of human love and the creative spirit during the most trying times. {Guernica Editions}

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