Rosenthal, M. L.
May 1953
New Republic;5/25/53, Vol. 128 Issue 21, p21
This article discusses the book "The Age of the Dragon: Poems 1930-1951," by John Lehmann. The author has used typical easy grace of language in this book, which is a selection of the author's verses. The gently but precisely molded closed couplets of "River Garden," the first of these poems, each preserve with loving nostalgia one concrete element of an inviolable memory out of which an ideal moment of peace, meaning, and security has been projected. There are many such pictures in this volume. Some times they stand by themselves, needing no support.


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