by Jack Gilbert
Hardcover, 92 pages, Random House Inc, List Price: $25.95 | purchase
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A new collection of poetry by the critically acclaimed author of Views of Jeopardy, Monolithos, and The Great Fires celebrates the joys and sorrows, wonders and struggles of everyday existence over the potential perfection of any paradise.
National Book Critics Circle Award (2005)
April 30, 2006 When poet Jack Gilbert was young, he used to make lists of everything he wanted from his life. He is now past 80 years old, and has fulfilled many of the goals he set for himself, but he isn't letting go of life.
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