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Four Poems in "Poetry Northwest". Winter 1961-1962.

Hugo, Richard.

Published by Poetry Northwest, Seattle, 1962
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A Near Fine copy in illustrated paperback binding. The four Hugo poems included are: Gooseprairie, Orcas in the Eyes, Neighbor, and No Bells to Believe. Other prominent poets in this issue include: Kenneth O. Hanson and Hayden Carruth. Bookseller Inventory # 25287


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Title: Four Poems in "Poetry Northwest". Winter ...

Publisher: Poetry Northwest, Seattle

Publication Date: 1962

Edition: First Printing of the First US Edition.

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