Nets to Catch the Wind

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9781446073674 - Nets to Catch the Wind - Elinor Wylie
9781446073674 - Nets to Catch the Wind - Elinor Wylie
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Nets to Catch the Wind

A marvellous collection of melodious, sensuous poetry not to be missed by fans of Wylie’s seminal work.

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“Nets to Catch the Wind” is a 1921 collection of poetry by Elinor Morton Wylie. The poems include: “Beauty”, “The Eagle And The Mole”, “Madman’s Song”, “The Prinkin’ Leddie”, “August”, “The Crooked Stick”, “Atavism”, “Wild Peaches”, “Sanctuary”, “The Lion And The Lamb”, etc. A marvellous collection of melodious, sensuous poetry not to be missed by fans of Wylie’s seminal work. Elinor Morton Wylie (1885–1928) was an American novelist and poet famous during the 1920s and 1930s. Her life was one of scandal, gaining notoriety for her numerous marriages and affairs. Other notable works by this author include: “Incidental Numbers” (1912) and “Trivial Breath” (1928). This classic work is being republished now in a new edition complete with an essay by Martha Elizabeth Johnson.

Book Details

Author

Elinor Wylie

Imprint

Ragged Hand - Read & Co.

ISBN

9781446073674, 9781528789806

Formats Available

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Pages

42

Publication Date

27 August 2016

Dimensions 5.5 × 8.5 in

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