This little volume of poems gives pleasure. A rare quality. Written in conventional forms, with only a medium grasp of...

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ALL KEYS ARE GLASS

This little volume of poems gives pleasure. A rare quality. Written in conventional forms, with only a medium grasp of technique, these verses express a certain natural humanity plus a high-minded spiritedness that is as unusual as it is agreeable. The imagery is arresting. It is possible that many a lay reader may enjoy the sincere, keen-minded little book, though it will probably be passed over by most highbrows and poets of the ""schools"". Quite refreshing even if not ""important"".

Pub Date: Nov. 1, 1950

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Publisher: Dutton

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Kirkus Reviews Issue: Nov. 1, 1950