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The Contrarian Voice
and Other Poems
Ernest Hebert




Bauhan
2017 • 66 pp. 6 1/2 x 8 1/2"
Poetry / Poetry - American

$16.00 Paperback, 978-0-87233-248-5



Making the case for the working man

In this new collection of poetry, award-winning author Ernest Hebert writes of the trials, tribulations, and worsening plight of the working man, memorializing the “dirty-face people” who “put down the asphalt for the highways, stoked the foundry fires, built the rockets, and packed the computer chips. . . .”



ERNEST HEBERT is the author of thirteen books, including the critically acclaimed Darby Chronicles, seven novels of “life, death, and laughs in a small fictional town in New Hampshire (1979-2014).” Born in Keene, New Hampshire. Hebert is now professor of English (creative writing) emeritus at Dartmouth College, the first faculty member to be tenured as a fiction writer there. He and his wife Medora live in Westmoreland, New Hampshire.



Sun, 17 Dec 2017 14:53:52 -0500