96 pages; Atlantic Monthly Press
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The Title Says It All
Throughout her career, Oliver has taken the natural world as her muse: Her poems are inhabited by egrets, hares, hawks, rabbits, fields, ponds, peonies, turtles, and more. (See "One Wild and Precious Life," page 168.)
— Carmela Ciuraru
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