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Man and Camel.

Man and Camel

Mark Strand

Alfred A. Knopf

c/o Random House

1745 Broadway, 17th floor, New York, NY 10019

0307262960 $24.00

This is the eleventh poetry collection by Mark Strand and provides light masterpieces of spiritual meditations and social conditions. Poems are all free verse and vary immensely in theme and approach--but all are hard-hitting comments: "Something was wrong/screams could be heard/in the morning dark/it was cold." Mark Strand's reflections always make you think: MAN AND CAMEL is no exception.
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Date:Apr 1, 2007
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