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Earth Moth

by (author) Peter Sanger

Goose Lane Editions
Initial publish date
Jan 1991
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    Publish Date
    Jan 1991
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In this unornamented collection of verse, Peter Sanger weaves scientific terms and historic allusions into lines of austere clarity.

About the author

Raised in Ontario, Peter Sanger (1943) was born in Worcestershire, England, and was for twenty-six years a professor at the Nova Scotia Agricultural College in Truro. An editor of The Antigonish Review, Sanger also edited John Thompson: Collected Poems and Translations (1995). He founded the Elizabeth Bishop Society of Nova Scotia. His books on poetry include SeaRun: Notes on John Thompson's "Stilt Jack" (1986) and "Her kindled shadow . . .": An Introduction to the Work of Richard Outram (2001, 2002). A collection of essays, Spar: Words in Place, was published by Gaspereau Press in 2002.

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