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There Is No Balm in Birmingham (1978)
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    Six of One (6 Reviews)
    There Is No Balm in Birmingham, by Ann Deagon
    1. There Is No Balm in Birmingham by Ann Deagon
    2. In/Direction by Alvin Greenberg
    3. Nightfire by Gail Mazur
    4. The Lover's Familiar by James McMichael
    5. The Broken Blockhouse Wall by John Peck
    6. Desperate Measures by George Starbuck
    The Nation, August 11, 1979, pp. 122-128
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    Poetry Chronicle: First, Second and Third Person---Singualr (16 Reviews)
    The English Auden, by Edward Mendelson and W.H. Auden
    1. The English Auden by Edward Mendelson and W.H. Auden
    2. Duino Elegies by Rainer Maria Rilke
    3. Selected Poems by Luis Cernuda
    4. Collected Poems by Basil Bunting
    5. Selected Poems by Rodney Hall
    6. The Shaft by Charles Tomlinson
    7. Selected Poems, 1951-1974 by Charles Tomlinson
    8. Selected Poems by Zbigniew Herbert
    9. The New Polish Poetry by Milne Holton and Paul Vangelisti
    10. Treasury of American Poetry by Nancy Sullivan
    11. Hello, Darkness by L.E. Sissman and Peter Davison
    12. The Dream of a Common Language by Adrienne Rich
    13. The Moonlit Upper Deckerina by Naomi Lazard
    14. Ordinances by Naomi Lazard
    15. The Retrieval System by Maxine Kumin
    16. There Is No Balm in Birmingham by Ann Deagon
    The Hudson Review, Winter 1978, pp. 677-692