Without the poetic subtlety of philosophy of Frost, Coffin nevertheless ranks next to him as poet-laureate of New England....

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Without the poetic subtlety of philosophy of Frost, Coffin nevertheless ranks next to him as poet-laureate of New England. His verse is simple and unaffected, his ardour for Maine deep and warm. This should have a good sale, regional as well as among 'middle-brow' poetry lovers.

Pub Date: July 26, 1955

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Publisher: Macmillan

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Kirkus Reviews Issue: July 1, 1955