By Stubborn Stars and Other Poems

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Publisher
The Ryerson Press
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Not Applicable
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Regular item
Year
1938
Description

 

This book also includes a soft-cover copy of Leslie's book Lowlands Low.

Jennifer Fandel wrote in ForeWord Review:

The true beauty of Leslie's poetry lies in his often stunning use of language. His seemingly simple word choices, combined with his attention to meter and form, may remind readers of the early work of W.B. Yeats. Additionally, he draws readers in with sound (waiting for the snow, / the foam of bloom forgotten), at times reminiscent of Gerard Manley Hopkins. But the daring of Leslie's work stems from his desire to reveal the complex dualities with which he wrestled in his personal life. From the double entendre in the crotched necessity of standing true / to her while pledging life and love to you to the moody repetition of this monster ledge / of granite under granite clouds, Leslie's language lingers in the mind and on the tongue.[5]
 
~Source: Wikipedia