Hall's extended meditation on the importance of work examines the legacy of his forebears for clues to his devotion. He reflects on his love of being absorbed in what he does, which in his case is writing. For his father it was office work, and for his grandfather it was farming on the property where Hall and his poet wife Jane Kenyon live. Facing the prospect of a shortened life due to illness, Hall takes care to see that his work keeps him alive. 1993.
41300 -- Literature biography -- Littérature(biographies)
4540 Literary biography = Biographie littéraire
Hall, Donald, 1928- -- Biography.
Poets, American -- 20th century -- Biography.