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Mapping the Heart

Reflections on Place and Poetry

In the personal and critical essays of Mapping the Heart, Wesley McNair, one of New England’s most important poets, reveals the impact of place on his own poetry and the verse of several other New Englanders, past to present. He also explains the ways poets of his climate have influenced each other, how poets think about their craft, and what poetry is.

200 pages | 5 1/2 x 9 1/4

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