Would we still be / James Henry Knippen.

"Poems that acknowledge the existential anxieties of our age while continuing to celebrate the beauty and musicality of language. In Would We Still Be, James Henry Knippen crafts the anxieties that emanate from human existence--grief, fear, hopelessness, uncertainty--into poetic reflections tha...

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Main Author: Knippen, James Henry (Author)
Format: Book
Language:English
Published: Kalamazoo, MI : Western Michigan University, 2021.
Edition:First edition.
Series:New Issues poetry & prose.
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