Author:James Lafayette Dickey

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James Lafayette Dickey
(1923–1997)
United States poet and novelist; United States Poet Laureate form 1966 to 1968.
James Lafayette Dickey

Works[edit]

  • Into the Stone and Other Poems (1962)
  • Buckdancer's Choice, National Book Award in 1966
  • Deliverance (1972)

Poems[edit]

  • The Performance
  • Cherrylog Road
  • The Firebombing
  • May Day Sermon
  • Falling
  • For The Last Wolverine
  • The Strength of Fields, read by the author at President Jimmy Carter's inauguration in 1977.
  • The Heaven of Animals


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Category:United States authors Category:Novelists Category:Modern poets Category:United States Poets Laureate