EN 232 Introduction to Poetry
F2T 2011 DL
Trent, Letitia A.
BA EnglishMFA Creative Writing
Meyer, Michael. Poetry: An Introduction. 6th edition. Boston: Bedford, St. Martin's, 2010.
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