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Poetry Made Visible: Boston Sites for Poetry Lovers, Art Lovers & Lovers (Paperback)
This guidebook is about the intersection of poetry and public art in Boston. It is for tourists and natives of the Boston area, for students and teachers, for lovers of poetry and lovers of public art. You've heard of a date movie? This can be a date book. Take this book on a date. This book is for lovers and lovers-to-be. This book has four chapters: Poetry made visible in the Boston Public Library, on the Orange Line of the MBTA/Southwest Corridor Park, in dispersed sites throughout Boston, and in the Davis Square Station on the Red Line.
About the Author
Ken Bresler is a writer and occasional poet who lives in the Boston area. He is the author of "The Witch Trial Trail and the Harvard Witch Walk: The People and Places of Boston and Harvard Connected with the Salem Witch Trials" (Seide Press, 1992); the author of the forthcoming "H. H. Richardson: Three Architectural Tours"; and the editor of "Mark Twain vs. Lawyers, Lawmakers, and Lawbreakers: Humorous Observations."