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  1. Warren Tallman, "Frank Davey, Intro to D-Day and After" from In the Midst (page 19), 1992
  2. Warren Tallman, "Frank Davey, Intro to D-Day and After" from In the Midst (page 20), 1992
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Item Details

Title: "Frank Davey, Intro to D-Day and After" from In the Midst

Writer: Warren Tallman

Date: July 31, 1992

Format: Book

Publisher: Talonbooks, Vancouver

Size: 20.80 × 13.60 × 2.30 cm

More Information: A book review by Warren Tallman of Frank Davey’s first book of poems, D-Day and After, published by Tishbooks in 1962. This is the first book publication by a TISH poet.

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