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Freedom Hill

A Poem

L. S. Asekoff

Publication Year: 2011

L. S. Asekoff, former director of the Brooklyn College MFA Program in Poetry, has published three previous poetry collections: Dreams of a Work (1994), North Star (1997), and The Gate of Horn (Northwestern University Press, 2010).

Published by: Northwestern University Press


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pp. 1-1

Title Page, Copyright Page

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pp. 2-7


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pp. vii-viii


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pp. ix-x

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His Master’s Voice/Recording Angels

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pp. xi-xii

Freedom Hill is a long poem in three parts. It is set on the Eastern Shore of Maryland (part 1) and New York City (parts 2 and 3) at the end of the American Century. In part 1, “Freedom Hill,” a son pays four visits to his aging father; in part 2, “The Opening,” he returns to the whirl of the cosmopolitan art world; ...

Freedom Hill

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pp. 3-14

The Opening

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pp. 15-32


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pp. 33-58

E-ISBN-13: 9780810164932
Print-ISBN-13: 9780810127081

Page Count: 80
Publication Year: 2011

Edition: 1
Volume Title: 1

OCLC Number: 867786120
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