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Field Work: Modern Poems from Eastern Forests

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Pages: 176

Language: English

Book format: An electronic version of a printed book that can be read on a computer or handheld device designed specifically for this purpose.

Publisher: University Press of Kentucky (30 April 2008)

By: Erik Reece (Editor), A.R. Ammons (Contributor), Alvin Aubert (Contributor), Wendell Berry (Contributor), David Budbill (Contributor), James Baker Hall (Contributor), Jane Kenyon (Contributor), Denise Levertov (Contributor), Davis McCombs (Contributor), Lorine Niedecker (Contributor) & 7 more

After spending a year researching and describing the devastation of mountaintop removal in his best-selling book, ''Lost Mountain'', Erik Reece wanted to contribute something beautiful to the world. ''Field Work: Modern Poems from Eastern Forests'' is an anthology of poems about the landscape and ecology of the eastern United States. ''Field Work'' brings together a host of nationally recognized modern American poets, plus four classical Chinese poets, who wandered and wrote about an area of southeastern China that is remarkably similar in landscape and ecology to the eastern woodlands of the United States.


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