Map of My Country/The Fourth Decade and Other Poems/Cloth of the Tempest/The Last Man (Book)

Poster, William
December 1943
New Republic;12/20/43, Vol. 109 Issue 25, p890
Book Review
Reviews several books. "Map of My Country," by John Holmes; "The Fourth Decade and Other Poems," by Norman Rosten; "Cloth of the Tempest," by Kenneth Patchen; "The Last Man," by Weldon Kees.


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