Bronze Age

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Published by: Iron Mountain Press (Paperback 1981)

 

Included poems:

Field Theory
Bronze Age
Earache
Radio
Cowbedding
Elevation
Potato Hole
Sliding
The Catalogue
Muscling Rocks
Dogwood
Earth Closet
Tying Bean Strings
Cane Mill
Throwing Rocks
Shovel
Hay Scuttle
Rabbit Gum
Man and Machine

 

Related media:

Man and Machine (poem)

 

Praise for Robert Morgan:

There is comfort and humor in Morgan's evocation of country people trying to survive.

— Publishers Weekly
. . .

Reminiscent of James Dickey- bearing the same naturalistic marks of clear, clean prose and often disturbing imagery... Morgan casts a stark story peopled with real, believable, and honest characters.

— The Baltimore Sun
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It is such a pleasure to rest on the fertile banks of [Morgan's] imagination, engaged by a steady current of haunting images and carefully chiseled phrases, that when the final poems comes, the reader feels as if the power company dammed the Green River without putting it to a vote.

— Southern Humanities Review
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