Publisher: Orono, ME: University of Maine at Orono Press
Description:Good. Trade paperback. Good; stated first ed.; slim volume,...Good. Trade paperback. Good; stated first ed.; slim volume, illustrated wraps, rubbed at edges. spine, corners; interior is fresh, clean, unmarked. Born and raised in New England, the author later moved to the midwest, then came back to her roots and made her home in Maine. Small press publisher, teacher and poet, Hunting's skill and talent with language and concepts are demonstrated in the 19 poems in this collection.
Description:Near Fine. 0891010416. 48 pages; personal gift inscription and...Near Fine. 0891010416. 48 pages; personal gift inscription and signature of author on title page; slight bump to corner; otherwise unmarked, clean, bright, tight, apparently unread copy. Includes two postcards to the owner/recipient of the book, from Constance Hunting, and mailed at distant intervals from London, England.; 8vo 8"-9" tall; Signed by Author.
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