Selected poems, 1954-1965. by Phyllis Webb

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Statement[Edited with an introd. by John Hulcoop.
ContributionsHulcoop, John, 1930- ed.
LC ClassificationsPR6073.E16 A6 1971
The Physical Object
Pagination166 p.
Number of Pages166
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL5337789M
LC Control Number72191213

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Jacket spine is yellowed, VG+ otherwise. Though not noted in the book, this was poet Miriam Waddington's copy (bought direct from her). Vancouver: Talonbooks, Second printing. pp (). Plain black card covers with dust jacket. SELECTED POEMS by WEBB, Phyllis. WEBB, Phyllis SELECTED POEMS Vancouver: Talonbooks.

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Douglas Barbour: "Naked Poems by Phyllis Webb for it suggested a new vision of the book-length poem which profoundly affected a number of poets in the following literary generations.

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