3 edition of Prose Poems Of People, Old Mystic, Connecticut, Sixty-five Years Ago found in the catalog.
Prose Poems Of People, Old Mystic, Connecticut, Sixty-five Years Ago
June 30, 2003
by Seastory Pr
Written in English
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Kirby Congdon was born in West Chester, Pennsylvania, and grew up in Old Mystic, Connecticut. Drafted into the army during World War II, he attended Columbia University on the GI Bill. He is the author of dozens of books and small-press editions of poetry; his collections include Aipotu (), Poems from Fire Island Pines and Key West (), Novels, prose poems of people, Old Mystic.
Novels: Prose-poems of people. Old Mystic, Connecticut. Sixty-five years ago. By Kirby Congdon ’ A collection of prose-poems that serve as “thumbnail novels depicting various lives in a small New England village in the s” (SeaStory Press, $).
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Working on the original book-length manuscript, which took me from the Middle Pleistocene age (, toyears ago) through 13 th century BC Egyptian love poetry and songs to Ancient Greek (covered in two recent blog posts) and Roman eras of song, and building to the Renaissance of the 12 th century, I became intrigued by the tug of.The first volume respects Eliot's decisions by opening with his Collected Poems in the form in which he issued it, shortly before his death fifty years ago.
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