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Louisiana State University Press, Baton Rouge, 1976. Hardcover, 9¼" x 5¾", with dust jacket. AS NEW book in AS NEW unclipped dust jacket. Light-green cloth-bound boards with gold type to spine, and mustard endpapers. Acclaimed as "among the most accomplished as well as the most promising poets of her generation," Judith Moffett has produced this first collection of her work, divided into three sections. She writes free verse, but her book also includes a variety of received forms: villanelles, sonnet sequences, terza rima triplets, and others. The result is poetry that values the past without being confined to it, that seeks to celebrate the kinetic American language without despising the traditions out of which it has developed.