PROUD RIDERS  Other Poems by H. L. Davis

PROUD RIDERS Other Poems

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KIRKUS REVIEW

A first collection of poems by the author of Honey in the Horn, indigenous, intensely lyrical, spirited, all dealing with the Far West. The first half of the book presents a group of Western Pastorls of the fields, the vineyards, valley and river, harvest. The second half is narrative poetry, more modern in cast, of women and farmers and migrants and sailors. Distinctive -- often moving.

Pub Date: March 18th, 1942
Publisher: Harper