The Contrarian Voice

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Ernest Hebert

66 pp., 6.5 x 8.5, Paperback

978-0-87233-248-5

September 2017

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In this collection of poetry, award-winning author Ernest Hebert writes of the trials, tribulations, and worsening plight of the working man, memorializing the “dirty-face people” who “put down the asphalt for the highways, stoked the foundry fires, built the rockets, and packed the computer chips. . . .”

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