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Changeable Thunder marks David Baker's emergence as a major contemporary poet. To his abiding sense of the Midwest—its politics, people, and landscapes—Baker adds a powerful historical dimension, with poems ranging from Puritan New England to the modern subway. Of particular note are poems on the works of other writers, as he reanimates Shelley's letters, Samuel Sewall's d ...more
Published July 1st 2001 by University of Arkansas Press
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How grateful I am for "Two Clouds" -- and the grace of that marriage. And for the glaciers and rocks and cars spun out in "Ohio Fields After Rain." As well as the particular American voices woven throughout -- Emily, Walt, and Ralph Waldo. Rich company.
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