2 edition of Poems from the margins of Thom Gunn"s Moly found in the catalog.
Poems from the margins of Thom Gunn"s Moly
Robert Edward Duncan
|Series||Ground work. Supplement ;, 1|
|LC Classifications||PS3507.U629 P64 1972|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination|| p. ;|
|Number of Pages||11|
|LC Control Number||87131820|
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Get this from a library. Poems from the margins of Thom Gunn's Moly: AprilNew Haven to Portland, Maine, and OctoberSan Francisco.
[Robert Duncan; Thom Gunn]. From its title onwards, this is a bizarre and rather lovely book. To my mind, it is Gunn’s best collection since the dreadfully underrated Moly (), but I wonder how many readers will agree.
Certainly, there are individual poems here which rank with Gunn’s best. One of the typical examples of a writer during the s who was influenced by the Beat Generation is Robert Duncan who wrote the poems Poems from the Margins of Thom Gunns Moly, These Past Years Passa My Mother Would Be a .