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Brantley, Robin, "A Touch of the Poet," in New York Times Magazine, September 7, 1945, pp. 80-83.

A commentary on and description of Kunitz's gardens at his homes in New York City and Provincetown.

Kunitz, Stanley, "Creative Writing Workshop," in Education, Vol. 73, November, 1952, pp. 152-56.

This is a valuable account of the poet's teaching aims and methods.

____, Passing Through: The Later Poems, New and Selected, W. W. Norton, 1997.

Kunitz's ninth book of poetry includes works from three collections published since 1971 as well as nine poems written since 1985.

Mercier, Vivian, Review of Selected Poems, in Commonweal, Vol. 69, February 13, 1959, p. 523.

Mercier comments on the capacity of Kunitz's later poems to speak more directly to readers. She attributes this to the wisdom that comes with age.

Rupp, Rebecca, Red Oaks and Black Birches, Storey Communications, 1990.

In this unusual but rewarding book Rupp provides a cultural history of trees, touching on their symbolic...

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