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Review: Among the Nightingales
Reviewed Works: A Letter from Li Po and Other Poems by Conrad Aiken; The Flowers of Evil by Charles Baudelaire, Marthiel Mathews, Jackson Mathews; Borestone Mountain Poetry Awards 1954 by Robert Thomas Moore; As If by John Ciardi; Poems by Robert Conquest; This Tilting Dust by Leah Bodine Drake; Journey to the Future by Lillian Everts; A Collection of Poems by Eugene Haun; The Pauses of the Eye by Ernest Kroll; Poet in New York by Federico Garcia Lorca, Ben Belitt; Poets of Today II: The Hatch: Poems by Norma Farber; Poets of Today II: The Irony of Joy: Poems by Robert Pack; Poets of Today II: Good News of Death and Other Poems by Louis Simpson; The Colours of Memory by George Reavey; The Diamond Cutters and Other Poems by Adrienne Cecile Rich; Journey to Love by William Carlos Williams
Review by: Judson Jerome
The Antioch Review
Vol. 16, No. 1 (Spring, 1956), pp. 115-125
Published by: Antioch Review Inc.
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/4609856
Page Count: 11
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