2 edition of Poems from the margins of Thom Gunns Moly found in the catalog.
Poems from the margins of Thom Gunns Moly
Robert Edward Duncan
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They speak by silences
Nominations of Robert E. Herzstein, C. Moxley Featherston, William M. Fay, Charles R. Simpson, Edna Parker, and Sheldon V. Ekman
Priest on horseback
Cases and materials
Discursions and diversions
Selections from Tibullus and others.
Werden alltagsvorstellungen der schüler zu wärmeerscheinungen durch den erfahrungsbereich und den unterricht beeinflusst
examination of the suitability of primary teachers college graduates as primary school teachers in Kenya
Physical disability in the population of The Netherlands
A true relation of the happy victory obtained by the blessing of God, upon April 27. 1650
The biology of disease
Get this from a library. Poems from the margins of Thom Gunn's Moly: AprilNew Haven to Portland, Maine, and OctoberSan Francisco. [Robert Duncan; Thom Gunn]. From its title onwards, this is a bizarre and rather lovely book. To my mind, it is Gunn’s best collection since the dreadfully underrated Moly (), but I wonder how many readers will agree.
Certainly, there are individual poems here which rank with Gunn’s best. One of the typical examples of a writer during the s who was influenced by the Beat Generation is Robert Duncan who wrote the poems Poems from the Margins of Thom Gunns Moly, These Past Years Passa My Mother Would Be a .