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For The Record

August 05, 1990

In the June 10 Book Review, a poem of David Whyte's was reprinted. It was entitled "Setting Out at Dusk." The poem was listed as having come from his first volume of poetry, "Songs for Coming Home."

The poem in fact comes from David Whyte's second volume of poetry, entitled "Where Many Rivers Meet," published by Many Rivers Press this year.

Many people wrote to Many Rivers Press asking for copies of Whyte's first volume, obviously in response to the publication of "Setting Out at Dusk." We suppose they will be disappointed to discover the poem is not in this volume.

KATHRYN HALL

MENDOCINO

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