Poems which in tote have little to do with Monticello. They show a wide range, from death and darkness to simple, homely...

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MONTICELLO and Other Poems

Poems which in tote have little to do with Monticello. They show a wide range, from death and darkness to simple, homely aspects of the external world. Several of the longer poems reveal a certain depth of feeling, but on the whole the collection is both light of touch and content. A rather casual method of versification and somewhat awkward use of words, but occasional lovely lines with fleeting charm. Hard to pigeonhole -- not unusually distinctive.

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Kirkus Reviews Issue: June 15, 1937