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Bark: Selected Poems About Dogs
Binding
Hardcover
ISBN13
9780821226643
Pages
72
Released
Availability
Out of Print
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Anyone who has or has known, a canine companion will find a finely illustrated portrait of that friend somewhere in this easy-to-love book. Bark is an uplifting anthology of verse touching on love, friendship, aging, and the unique relationship that forms between every dog lover and his or her dog. Bark features poetry by Billy Collins, Lawrence Ferlinghetti, Robert Frost, Louise Gluck, Langston Hughes, Pablo Neruda, Mary Oliver, Dorothy Parker, William Jay Smith, C. K. Williams, and many more. Elegantly presented with enchanting charcoal drawings, this is the perfect gift for anyone who has ever lived with or loved a dog.

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