Collected Poems of Hazel Hall
“One hundred years after the publication of Curtains, her first book of poetry, Hazel Hall’s reputation as a major Oregon poet endures. During her short career, she became one of the West’s outstanding literary figures, a poet whose fierce, crystalline verse was frequently compared with that of Emily Dickinson. Her three books, published to critical acclaim in the 1920s, are reissued here in paperback for the first time. Together they reintroduce an immediate and intensely honest voice, one that speaks to us with an edgy modernity.” (Excerpt taken from book jacket.) 256 pages.