THE GARDEN IS POLITICAL by John Malcolm

THE GARDEN IS POLITICAL

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KIRKUS REVIEW

A young poet, with three Avery Hopwood Awards and two poetry prizes behind him, contributes a first collection which substantiates his record. Poetry of both substance and character in the manner of his generation, strong and economical in expression, liberal and compassionate in point of view. Poems to the refugees, the dead in Spain, to lost cities, etc; poems of love and places loved.

Publisher: Macmillan