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Digging for Indians; poems.


[Pittsburgh, Pa.] University of Pittsburgh Press [1971] .
ISBN 0822932306, 0822952246, 9780822952244

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Subjects American poetry.
Series Pitt poetry series.
Description 67 pages 21 cm.
Copyright Date [1971]
Contents Love Poem -- P.S. -- Geisha -- Harold Fogel Could Be Anywhere -- Coming Clean -- Tongues -- The Visit -- Midnight Special -- Today Is Sunday -- Mark Only One Circle -- In the Prime Rib -- Winterest -- The Crossing -- Rustling a Hog -- My Mother Writes -- Heart Attack -- Digging for Indians -- Driving to Ankeny -- Kulick Dreams He's Poet Laureate of Little Rhody -- Not the Pig Farm, but the Poem in the Pig Farm -- Three Chewing Gum Tales -- Eeny, Meeny, Miney, Mo, Miss Beech -- A Young Girl's Biology Poem -- Gathered Around the Chicken Livers -- I Am a Cossack, Driven by Spring -- The Day Dimaggio Quit -- The Occupant -- The Classifieds Are Quick -- The Haircut -- The Indian Book -- The Farm -- The Girl in the Red Convertible -- Getting Up on Saturday Afternoon in Iowa After a Deep Nap and One or Two Memories of a Time in Michigan -- John and Mary -- Why I Quit My Job Digging Bomb Shelters -- Don't Worry -- Facing the Ladies' Page -- Meeting the Reincarnation Analyst -- 8/22/38 -8/22/68 -- Letter from Des Moines -- The Last Monarch of the Season.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)197977
(OCoLC)ocm00197977
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WorldCat Identities Gildner, Gary.
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