The rural note is sounded here in a series of rather charmingly earthy poems about an upstate New York farm. A midsummer...

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BARNYARD YEAR

The rural note is sounded here in a series of rather charmingly earthy poems about an upstate New York farm. A midsummer pasture, sheep shearing, a newborn pig, the veterinary, are just a few of the homely subjects treated with more enthusiasm than real poetic technique. For an audience of farm and country lovers, not a large one at that.

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Kirkus Reviews Issue: June 15, 1950