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Comment: 119 pages; numerous tiny age specks to edges of closed pages; light to med wear to corners, edges, and spine of cover; minor rub; a couple medium creases on back cover; a number of minor scratches/ dings to cover; med bump to top of spine; weighs 8 ounces; measures 8.8 by 6 by .4 inches; first listed 4/5/13
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The Hat Rack Tree: Selected Poems from Theforestforthetrees, 1980-1993 Paperback – March 1, 1994

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Charles Stein belongs to a school of visionaries headed by Parmenides. These texts recall us to a work in which philosophy and poetry equally serve the quest for the knowledge our enlightenment requires. Here is thought that sings. This book should be read once for the pleasure, then it will repay prolonged and serious study. --Don Byrd

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