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Duncan, Bowie, ed., The Critical Reception of Howard Nemerov, The Scarecrow Press, Inc., 1971.

This book contains an excellent collection of essays on both Nemerov and his work. The essays cover thirteen publications, including The Salt Garden, with an extensive bibliography at the end.

Harvey, R. D., "A Prophet Armed: An Introduction to the Poetry of Howard Nemerov," in Poets in Progress, edited by H. B. Hungerford, Northwestern University Press, 1967, pp. 116-33.

In this article, Harvey concentrates on the themes of war, nature, and city life, presenting an interesting discussion on the same themes found in "Deep Woods."

Mills, William, "Nemerov as Nature Poet," in The Stillness in Moving Things: The World of Howard Nemerov, Memphis State University Press, 1975, pp. 97-118.

In this essay, Mills explores the symbolism of the woods in "Deep Woods," especially their capacity as a "source of peace."

Nemerov, Howard, The Collected Poems of Howard...

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