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Nov 18, 2014
| ISBN 9781551996646
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Nov 18, 2014 | ISBN 9781551996646
From one of Canada’s most acclaimed poets and the winner of the Governor General’s Award for Poetry.This book, Don McKay’s ninth collection, practises "the dark art of reflection" – which, as one of the poems tells us, whether boldly or capriciously, could not have existed without the moon – as it moves ever more deeply into ideas of home.
Don McKay is the multi-award-winning author of thirteen previous books of poetry, including Paradoxides; Strike/Slip, winner of the Griffin Poetry Prize; and Camber: Selected Poems, a finalist for the Griffin Poetry Prize and a Globe and Mail Notable Book of the… More about Don McKay
"He uses language with the greatest facility: a whole line or even a single word will vibrate like a tuning fork."–Globe and Mail
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