Cold: Poetry and Poetic Prose (Volume 1)

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In 2001 the Grace Irwin Secondary School Teaching Award was established by the Ontario Classical Association. In 1958, Amy and her husband, bought the weekly Chenango American, in Greene, New York and went on to purchase then The Whitney Point Reporter, then The Oxford Review-Times and in 1961 the Tri-Town News of Sidney, beginning a family business publishing weekly newspapers. Ehrhart, whose numerous collections of poetry, four nonfiction books, and many edited anthologies made him one of the most prolific and widely known Vietnam War writers.

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Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform; 1 edition (July 1, 2015)

ISBN: 1514795868

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