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Review: Poetry Chronicle: The Lost Pilot by James Tate
Reviewed Works: The Lost Pilot by James Tate; Things We Dreamt We Died For by Marvin Bell; Cold Water by Lou Lipsitz; The Ikons by Lawrence Durrell; A Private Mythology by May Sarton; Half Sun Half Sleep by May Swenson; Excursions, New and Selected Poems by Katherine Hoskins; A Chirst of the Ice-Floes by David Wevill; Night Light by Donald Justice; The Sorrow Dance by Denise Levertov; Words by Robert Creeley; Dear Men and Women by John Hall Wheelock; Buckshee by Ford Madox Ford; The Collected Shorter Poems of Kenneth Rexroth by Kenneth Rexroth; The Collected Poems of Louis MacNeice by Louis MacNeice
Review by: William H. Pritchard
The Hudson Review
Vol. 20, No. 2 (Summer, 1967), pp. 304-314
Published by: The Hudson Review, Inc
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/3849168
Page Count: 11
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