Where Is the Light? Poems 1955-2005
by Oscar Mandel
Publisher: Spectrum Productions 2006
Number of pages: 134
Fifty years of poetry, much of it previously published in literary journals. Oscar Mandel, Professor of literature at the California Institute of Technology, is the author of numerous acclaimed books of poetry, drama, essays, fiction, literary criticism, translation, and art history.
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