|Series||The national poetry series|
|LC Classifications||PS3563.U7694 L66 1999|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 124 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||124|
|LC Control Number||98050928|
Looking for the Parade: Poems Paperback – J by Joan Murray (Author)4/4(1). "Looking for the Parade amply demonstrates why Joyce Carol Oates has called Joan Murray "one of our most gifted younger poets." In this forceful collection, Murray observes the character of the passing century and some of the lives that have been part of it: the struggle of a woman against drought in South Africa; the death of a soldier on the march to Bataan. Ron Charles writes about books for The Washington Post and hosts He is a volunteer adviser at DC, a local branch of National. He is a volunteer adviser at. AFTER THE PARADE is the last installment in Dorothy Garlock's "Dolan Family" series. Although her books are always easy to follow and can completely stand-alone, to truly enjoy this one I'd definitely recommend reading at least "With Heart" first as this is a continuation of Kathleen and Johnny's love story which started s:
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