Carrying the Darkness: The Poetry of the Vietnam War

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CARRYING THE DARKNESS
THE POETRY OF THE VIETNAM WAR

Edited by W. D. Ehrhart

TEXAS TECH UNIVERSITY PRESS 1989.

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Table of contents

  • Title Page i
  • Credits iii
  • Table of Contents xiii
  • Foreword to the 1989 Reprint xxiii
  • Foreword xxv
  • Glossary of Unfamiliar Terms xxix
  • Michael Anania 1
  • Philip Appleman 3
  • John Balaban 7
  • Jan Barry 25
  • R. L. Barth 32
  • Stephen Berg 35
  • D. C. Berry 37
  • Robert Bly 42
  • Igor Bobrowsky 45
  • D. F. Brown 47
  • Steven Ford Brown 59
  • Thomas Brush 60
  • Christopher Bursk 62
  • Marylin Butler 64
  • Joseph Cady 65
  • Hayden Carruth 66
  • Ron Carter 68
  • Ray Catina 69
  • Horace Coleman 71
  • Frank A. Cross, Jr 76
  • Robert Dana 84
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  • W. D. Ehrhart 92
  • Charles Fishman 107
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  • John F. Howe 138
  • Christopher Howell 140
  • David Huddle 144
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  • Herbert Krohn 157
  • Lucy Lakides 160
  • James Laughlin 163
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  • Lou Lipsitz 172
  • Dick Lourie 173
  • Paul Martin 174
  • Gerald Mccarthy 175
  • Walter Mcdonald 184
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  • Frank Stewart 244
  • Bill Tremblay 247
  • Tom Wayman 252
  • Ron Weber 257
  • Bruce Weigl 258
  • Deborah Woodard 276
  • Ray A. Young Bear 277
  • Notes on Contributors 279
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