Richard Greene's poetry examines a wide range of sujects: politics, spirituality, marriage, fatherhood, landscapes, the environment, Newfoundland culture, war, mortality, and the afterlife. His poetry has been widely admired for its unusual combination of technical competence and visionary intensity. One of the main conce s of this volume is the political and religious implications of a profound sense of place.
Item Publish Date: 1994 / 02 / 28
Measurements: 8 in X 5 in X 6 mm
Weight: 0.085 kg
Page Count: 64