The Wrong Angel by Stanley Moss

Copyright 1966
Checked out 6 times in ? years (date of acquisition unclear)
Last checked out 12 years ago

This is Stanley Moss’s first book of poetry. Although it deals with some religious themes, it is by no means a book of inspirational or religious poetry. It’s free verse with rather sophisticated allusions: to world history, to other countries generally, and to a variety of religions. It’s not the sort of thing that would usually appeal to the average Albertville resident. I recommend letting it go.

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