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For Walter Clark, a man of letters in every sense of the word, poetry and lyricism were woven into every act of observation, every impulse for connection. In the months after his death, his wife and daughter pored through his writings and collected poetry and letters that make palpable his connection to the places he called home, including both Wolfeboro and Hancock, N.H. For Walter Clark, a man of letters in every sense of the word, poetry and lyricism were woven into every act of observation, every impulse for connection. In the months after his death, his wife and daughter pored through his writings and collected poetry and letters that make palpable his connection to the places he called home, including both Wolfeboro and Hancock, N.H. A longtime professor at the University of Michigan, Walter founded the university's New England Literature Program, which annually brings students to a Maine camp for a half-term of studying New England authors, writing, and exploring the New England countryside, people, culture, and history.


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For Walter Clark, a man of letters in every sense of the word, poetry and lyricism were woven into every act of observation, every impulse for connection. In the months after his death, his wife and daughter pored through his writings and collected poetry and letters that make palpable his connection to the places he called home, including both Wolfeboro and Hancock, N.H. For Walter Clark, a man of letters in every sense of the word, poetry and lyricism were woven into every act of observation, every impulse for connection. In the months after his death, his wife and daughter pored through his writings and collected poetry and letters that make palpable his connection to the places he called home, including both Wolfeboro and Hancock, N.H. A longtime professor at the University of Michigan, Walter founded the university's New England Literature Program, which annually brings students to a Maine camp for a half-term of studying New England authors, writing, and exploring the New England countryside, people, culture, and history.

10 review for Like a Bird Flying Home: Poetry & Letters to His Daughter from New Hampshire

  1. 4 out of 5

    Howard Mansfield

    Walter Clark was consistent from his first words to his last. He was modest, brilliant, funny, impish, and kind. He was a teacher, father, poet, sailor, woodsman, and a seeker of solitude. His life had a granite-solid integrity. I was lucky to know him for a few years after he retired from teaching at the University of Michigan, and I count myself lucky to meet him again in this gathering of his poems and his letters to his daughter.

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    Emily Hilliard

    poems and letters by NELP founder, Walter Clark.

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