Touchstones: American Poets on a Favorite Poem
Robert Pack, Jay Parini
Middlebury College Press, University Press of New England, 1996 - Literary Collections - 328 pages
In this collection, "fifty-nine of America's best poets select their favorite verse by another writer and explore its influence on their own writing."--From back cover.
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