The Poems of Louise Glück

June 1978
New Republic;6/17/78, Vol. 178 Issue 24, p31
Presents information on the poems of Louise Glück. Selection of poems from Glück's book "The House on Marshland" and "The Garden"; Publication of the poems "Nocturne," "The Covenant," and "Thanksgiving" in the article; Publication of the poem "The Drowned Children" in the periodical "The New Yorker."


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