Summer Lake by David Huddle
New and Selected Poems (Southern Messenger Poets)

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David Huddle has taught literature & creative writing at the University of Vermont since 1971. His poetry, fiction, & essays have appeared in "Esquire," "Harper's Magazine," the "New York Times Magazine," "Ploughshares," & "The Best American Short Stories.
Published August 1, 1999 by Lsu Press. 112 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction. Non-fiction

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In ""Gifts"" father and son visit a toolshed: ""He picked out/ the oldest hammer there,/ offered it to me,/ and I took it/ from his hand."" Huddle's style hasn't changed much, though his poems from the 1970s tend toward shorter lines and a greater focus on childhood;

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Though his work has changed over the years, some things remain constant, this characteristic unifies his work and makes this collection a special delight.

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