Tag Archives: Robert Pinsky

Bees, Seasons, Lanyards, Ruby Bridges, and Tubs of Acquiescence: Plath, Blochs, Collins, Sarton, and Pinsky

Dear Reader: As April comes to a close, I’ll let you in on a secret.  I set out to read a book a day in April and succeeded.  Granted, I made a pile of slim volumes and mostly read those – it helped that in the United States it has been National Poetry Month.  But, …

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Ashes, Magic Mushrooms, and Haggadahs: Gulf Music by Robert Pinsky, Night by Elie Wiesel, and Prime Green by Robert Stone

Dear Reader: Sunny and cool today – Copper Country Easters and Halloweens seem always to be frosty, so I expect it will stay awhile. 476) Prime Green: Remembering the Sixties by Robert Stone Robert Stone is a novelist of some repute, he has published, among others, A Hall of Mirrors, Children of the Light, and …

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