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Waiting for the Ferry

Heather Buck

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ISBN: 978 0 856463 08 2
Imprint: Anvil Press Poetry
Published: October 1998
216 x 136 x 6 mm
56 pages
Publisher: Carcanet Press
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  • Waiting for the Ferry is Heather Buck’s fourth and finest collection of poems. She has quietly built a reputation for the clarity, concentration and direct emotional weight of her poems. Whether writing about nature, faith, childhood, art, places or people, she explores the presences that deepen our lives through imagery solidly rooted in the world of the senses and in daily life.

    Heather Buck was born in Kent in 1926. She started to write in 1966 as a result of Jungian analysis and published four collections of poems. She lived in Lavenham, Suffolk and died in 2004. ... read more
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