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eBook formatUnknown Binding, (torrent)En
PublisherSimon & Schuster
File size6.7 Mb
Release date 01.01.1972
Pages count120
Book rating4.51 (68 votes)
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Rod McKuen was a very well known recording artist of the late sixties and early seventies. He is also the most published poet of all time. I am the absolutly the last person that should be judging good or bad poetry. I will leave that to people much smarter than me. What I did take from this book was McKuen's attempt to take incidences from his life and personalize them in his own words. I found some very moving, particularly some surrounding his feelings about his mother {Mother's Day"}, there were others that I had no sense of, but most had glimpses and looks into his life that I felt that I had shared to some degree. In his forward he stated when speaking about his inner feelings; "This book is an attempt to free such a prisoner-or more than one-from mine.I am not sure that it suceeds. No one of us, I think, can name, let alone free, those demons-friendly or otherwise-that keep us from being the kind of men we'd like to be." An easy read, and a glimpse into the mind of the young people of the Viet Nam era.

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