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CAN POETRY SAVE THE EARTH? by  John Felstiner - First printing - 2009 - from Waugh Books and Biblio.com

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CAN POETRY SAVE THE EARTH?: A Field Guide to Nature Poems

by Felstiner, John

Condition: Fine /fine


New Haven: Yale University Press, 2009. First printing. Hardcover. Fine /fine. Sm 4to. Brown boards, with gilt spine titles. 396 pages, with List of Illustrations, Sources, and Index. Illustrated with both color and b/w photographic images. No names or marks. In illustrated dust-jacket.

A crisp, as new copy.

Includes bibliographical references and index.




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