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Academy of Letters

Academy of Letters

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Author Patrick Hunt ISBN 9780578434384 Pages 138 Patrick Hunt's remarkable new collection of 110 lyrical and satirical poems derive from a lifetime of exploration, reflection, and literary and musical composition. He provides poems from a multifaceted perspective, using his experiences as an archaeologist, author, musician, and educator. Most o...


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Anne Bradstreet
Anne Bradstreet
9780852347140
$ 13.99
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Anne Bradstreet

Anne Bradstreet

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Author Faith Cook ISBN 9780852347140 Pages 176 At eighteen, Anne Bradstreet left England for the New World in search of religious liberty. Despite many hardships, she became famous as America's first published poet. A devoted wife and mother, she was a woman of deep spiritual convictions, seeing the Christian life as a pilgrimage with a bet...


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