Visions and Revisions: Of American Poetry

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University of Arkansas Press, 1986 - American poetry - 178 pages
"... not revisions but one thoroughgoing and far-reaching revision -- of the course of American poetry through centuries, as commonly understood. It is polemical but good-humored, lightly and racily written but with passion, deeply serious, discerning and timely". -- Donald Davie

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