Boxing the Compass

Boxing the Compass

Book - 2009
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Boxing the Compass is a poetry collection of mid-life reassessments that also makes room for the martyrdom of Saint Polycarp, tone-deaf church choirs, the last of the Newfoundland whalers, and vividly remembered Portuguese fishermen. Spiritually searching and intellectually rich, Richard Greene's third book -which ranges from intimate to ironic to satiric -shuns easy answers in poems of unfashionable eloquence comprised of colloquial textures, clear-eyed narratives, political subtexts, and no-nonsense introspection.
Publisher: Montréal : Signal Editions, c2009
ISBN: 9781550652598
Branch Call Number: 811.54 GRE 2009 22
Characteristics: 99 p

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