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By: Michael Baron(Author)
128 pages, no illustrations
Poets through the ages have written about love, loss, war, peace and ... bats. Emily Dickinson, John Clare, DH Lawrence and Stevie Smith, as well as modern poets such as Seamus Heaney, Kathleen Jamie, Les Murray and Ted Hughes have found bats a source of inspiration and mythology. Whether you are a bat lover, a poetry lover or just daring yourself to wrap up in bats for the evening, On a Bat's Wing offers a twilight swoop through some close encounters between poets and bats that will surprise and delight.
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