Huntsman, What Quarry, is a fascinating entry into Edna St. Vincent Millay's corpus, if only because of the variety of poems included in terms of quality, style, and topic.
Readers love Edna St. Vincent Millay's tone and wit; in one of her sonnets she ends a conversation with death: "I'll be but bones and jewels on that day,/ And leave thee hungry even in the end". I also really liked "From a Town in a State of Siege", which was very clever and interesting.
The bookHuntsman, What Quarry is in good shape for its age with no rips or tears. Please note the wear on the rip on the cover as shown in the photos.
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