Tag Archives: Carl Sandburg

ffb: Return of the Dinosaurs

this is the 135th in my series of posts on forgotten or seldom read books Return of the Dinosaurs by Resnick & Greenberg, Editors, Berkeley Prime Crime 1997 – paperback, science fiction short story collection This short story collection is just what the … Continue reading

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ffb: Death of a Ghost

this is the 134th in my series of posts on forgotten or seldom read books Death of A Ghost by Margery Allingham, Carroll & Graff 1997 – paperback, original publication: 1934, Albert Campion, amateur sleuth “There are, fortunately, very few people who can say that … Continue reading

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ffb: The Case of the Missing Brontë

this is the 131st in my series of posts on forgotten or seldom read books The Case of the Missing Brontë by Robert Barnard © 1983, this edition Dell 1984 mass market paperback – mystery, police procedural featuring Scotland Yard Superintendant Perry Trethowan … Continue reading

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ffb: Wind Song

this is the 130th in my series of posts on forgotten or seldom read books Wind Song by Carl Sandburg, a Voyager Book, Harcourt, Brace & World 1960 trade paperback – poetry collection. Cover and illustrations by William A. Smith. … Continue reading

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“Ploughboy” by Carl Sandburg

My mother read the poem to me when I was six years old, and she told me her mother read it to her when she was six, when the poem was only 8 years old, a recent work. Now the … Continue reading

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