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The Evidence of Things Seen

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Stuck on the Bible, stuck on Provence, stuck on New England, stuck on Comparative Literature, Wollman is a miner who does not mind dirtying his face and hands with truth. In this first book, Wollman's evidence, his discoveries, are worth the attention of any thinking reader.
Paperback, 65 pages
Published June 30th 2006 by Sheep Meadow Press (first published June 10th 2006)
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Michael Joosten
Oct 17, 2017 rated it really liked it
This book has been sitting on my to-read pile for the better part of six years now, purchased in a flush of Amazon addiction. I bought it because I was Richard Wollman's student and TA and it seemed that a book of poems by a professor who taught some of the poetry I was reading would be an interesting snoop.

But it sat on that to-read pile because poetry and I have a relationship like two cats: circling each other suspiciously. And, originally, there were too many books that HAD to be read (for w
Nicole Cunha
I have a copy of this collection at school, a copy of Cemetery Affair at home. Very realistic ideas, with a bit of the ethereal.

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