Eleven poems ....

by Carl Andre

Publisher: Dalla Tipografia Petrino in Torino

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After graduating, Heaney became associated. Get this from a library. Eleven poems. [Seamus Heaney; Michael Emmerson; Queen's University of Belfast,] -- Published in connection with the Belfast Festival held Novemberat Queen's University and organized by Michael Emmerson.

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