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Carl Sandburg

Harry Golden greatly admired and loved Carl Sandburg, and the feeling was indeed mutual. Toward the end of his life, Sandburg shared his papers, letters, photographs, and memories with Golden. Combining these materials with his own recollections, Golden reconstructs the life of his closest friend. His anecdotal account is both an engaging portrait of Sandburg and a tribute to their friendship. Generations of Sandburg's devoted readers will want to own this very personal biography.

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