Day Has No Equal But Night was at its time of printing the first book of new poems in 20 years by the most renowned French Canadian poet of the 20th century. Anne Hébert's poems reflect her apocalyptic vision of the death of love as well as the death of the planet. She offers lyrics that germinate from a surreal, socio-political landscape on the cusp of the millennium.
This is a first printing of the first edition. Cloth binding with dust jacket. Copies have been archived at BOA Editions, Ltd. since publication and are in fine condition with minimal shelf wearing. Unread. Ideal collector's copy.
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