THE MIND'S GEOGRAPHY by George Zabriskie

THE MIND'S GEOGRAPHY

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KIRKUS REVIEW

A young man's first volume of poetry, impressionistic, experimental in manner, bleak in tone. The poems deal almost exclusively with the face of America, from the beauty of the open prairie and woods of the early days, to today, and the ""dull variety"" of the suburbs; the noise and soot and ugliness of the cities. Too many of the poems are too similar in content- i. e. the squalor, mechanization of the airless city streets and houses.

Pub Date: Sept. 22nd, 1941
Publisher: Knopf