WINGED CHARIOT AND OTHER POEMS by Walter de la Mare
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WINGED CHARIOT AND OTHER POEMS

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Approaching eighty, Walter de la Mare, who has been called ""the supreme of the present time"", has collected a group of short lyrics which are published in one volume with a new long title poem. In this latest poem the poet continues concern with Time, but Time in this great poet's vision emanating from and pulsing with a natural and spiritual world of mists, moonlight, and lovely, cool moments of Marked by the precise, meditative ruminations of a rich and serene old ge, Wingred is a rewarding reading experience, redolent with lyric beauty and allow wit. The group of short poems may disappoint some, as they seem to be snips and scrape compared to de la Mare's better known works, but the reader cannot fail to charmed by the skillful rhythm and delicate imagery. Both the long poem and the have been published in England, and there is sure to be an eager market here.

Publisher: Viking