New York: Harper & Row, 1977. Second Printing. HARDCOVER. 148pp. Price-clipped DJ. Previous owner's inscription to front free endpaper. Edgewear and edge-tears to dustjacket. Very GOOD PLUS. Item #75069
It is the white heart of winter. In an isolated cabin deep in the Wisconsin north woods near Clam Lake, a man is seated alone at a table, listening to the interplay of wood and flame in the fireplace In this immeasurable solitude, perhaps to fend off the enveloping silence of the snow-muffled woods, he begins to write: 'Here I sit, watching winter...' "
A meditation on winter, on solitude, on life.