Sleeping in the Larder: Poems of a Sussex
Van Zora Press, 2005, A chapbook, 34 pages
writes of this book:
"There is a strong appeal in Judy Ray's
poems of the country world which she knew as a child, and of the people --
like the wonderfully evoked Miss Burse -- who lived there and then.
There is every sort of remembering in these poems, from uncertain
half-retrieval ("What were the boys doing? Something with wood.") and from
surer memories which partake of family reminiscence to those flashing
moments -- often in present tense -- which capture the past in all its-
oddity and specific brilliance. A charming book."
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