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Wind among the Leaves by William Dunn
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Wind among the Leaves

by William Dunn

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William Dunn writes with a simplicity reminiscent of his masters, the English Romantics and the agrarian poets of America. Like Wordsworth, he lives in uninterrupted dialogue with his childhood; as he sees it, the child is not only the father of the man, but the man's best teacher, if only he would listen. Like Robert Frost and Wendell Berry, Dunn is a poet who finds a universe of meaning in the particularities of a familiar and beloved landscape. He knows Europe well - he has lived in England, Austria, and Italy - but again and again his memory and imagination lead him back, with gratitude, to the woods, lakes, and prairies of Oklahoma...And if William Dunn knows that the world is wonderful because it has been created by God, he recognizes the still greater wonder of its re-creation by God's Son, incarnate of the Virgin Mary.--from the Foreword by Fr. John Saward

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