Ootischenie. First Edition.

By: MURRAY, Rona Fiddlehead Poetry Books

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MURRAY, Rona. Ootischenie. (Fredericton: University of New Brunswick Press,Fiddlehead Poetry Books, 1974). First Printing. Pp. (2),3-39,(1). 8vo, sta pled photo-illustrated white card covers, black titles to front cover. A volume in the Fiddlehead Poetry Books series A collection of poems by the English-born, British Columbia-raised Murray (b. February 10 1924, d. July 9 2003), later a winner of the Pat Lowther award. Includes the following poems: "The Hunter", "After the anaesthetic is over", "When they first came here", "There it is my grandmother's house", "There is no doubt", "There was a woman", "Bloody Bitch", "I may choose", "I cannot draw the curtain", "Returning to life", "Today", "Walking", "The birch has always been", "I sit listening to ghosts", "Let us note", "What is there to say of this country", "Spirit Wrestlers", "He walked inside the image of himself", "I celebrate", "In this heat", "Two hawks", "You sleep", "Living from day to day", "We funnel into darkness", "We grow familiar", "A small heap of feathers", "After surviving and conquering", "In the quiet", "Having lived faceless", "It is night", "The centrepost", "And I am left", "I attemtt", and "Ducks". Faint discolouration to rear cover, else very good. Due to the small size of this book, shipping costs will be cheaper than quoted. 20.00

Title: Ootischenie. First Edition.

Author Name: MURRAY, Rona Fiddlehead Poetry Books

Categories: 888,

Publisher: University of New Brunswick Press, Fiddlehead Poetry Books, Fredericton, 1974, ISBN:0919197442:

Seller ID: 100900

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