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The Holyoke
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The Holyoke
Frank X. Gaspar

Tagus Press at UMass Dartmouth

2007 . 96 pp. 6 x 9"
Poetry

$14.95 Paperback, 978-1-933227-20-7

Table of Contents of The Holyoke

  • Introduction
  • Author's Preface

PART ONE

  • Deer, Swimming
  • The Harbor in Winter
  • Tia Joanna
  • Leaving Pico
  • Potatoes
  • Ernestina the Shoemaker's Wife
  • Beachcombing
  • For No One
  • First Snow
  • Answering
  • Singing to the Dead
  • The Holyoke

PART TWO

  • Catechism
  • How the Soul Leaves the Body and Finds Its Place in the Presence of God
  • Amazing Grace
  • Diving for Money
  • Who Is Hans Hofmann and Why Does the World Esteem Him?
  • The Old Town
  • Stealing Seed Clams from the Marsh
  • The Old Cellar on Don Sutherland's Property
  • Crawley's Woods
  • The Woman at the Pond
  • In the Dunes
  • Trying to Remember
  • Swing Valley
  • Descent

PART THREE

  • Ice Harvest
  • August
  • Limpets
  • The Old Country
  • Silence
  • His Face
  • Marriage
  • Waking
  • The World as Will and Idea
  • Catwalk
  • Carmelita Raez
  • The Bullet Hole in the Twelfth-Street Door
  • Passing
  • February, The Moors
  • November, California
  • The Resting Place
  • Joshua Trees
  • Old Bones, Breakwater
  • Golden Colt Ranch
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