En route from the Capital: Poems of Philadelphia

Similar to many modern post-industrial cities, Philadelphia is nevertheless distinguished by a unique population, history, and architecture. This is the sixth book of poems in which Ernest Yates records his impressions of the city. Like the itinerant Buddhist-inspired poets of ancient China and Japan, Mr. Yates attempts to capture the wildness and mystery of his terrain, and re-create it as an imaginative realm located somewhere between the dust of sidewalks and the glitter of stars.

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