GREEN FINGERS And Other Poems by Reginald Arkell

GREEN FINGERS And Other Poems

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KIRKUS REVIEW

These light, humorous, feathery verses by the author of Old Herbaceous are full of good cheer and a benign philosophy. Mr. Arkell writes of weeds, the place of the woman in the garden, the anthropomorphic treatment of flowers, etc.- deftly exhausting the poetic possibilities of the garden on all levels. Even ""Come into the garden, Maud"" is greenly fingered...

Pub Date: Jan. 24th, 1952
Publisher: Harcourt, Brace