Time and Again by Edwin Honig

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Edwin Honig's poetry rises from his experience in the Great Depression, and continues through the Second World War, the Vietnam crisis, into the complexities of the new millennium. The collection opens with landscapes of New Mexico, follows personal paradisaic discoveries in Maine and Bodega (California), and the intricacies of love relationships in habitats of Maine, Rhode Island and the deserts of California.

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Published December 24, 2000 by Xlibris Corp. 604 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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In "Spring One," a long serial poem, Honig attempts a "mock-epic meter" with alternating long and short lines which elongate his thoughts and eschew precise extended imagery, a tendency evident but not predominant in later, more artful and opaque poems, like "Santa Teresa": "I love my fever/ It i...

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