The Unknown (I shot a hawk perched on the top of a dead tree)
Covey, Rosemary Feit, 1954- , American
4/80ed. 80The print was the fifth in a series illustrating Edgar Lee Masters' "Spoon River Anthology." Block was cracked by February 1999 and edition will most likely not be completed.A boy with a rope draped around his neck holds a rifle in a forest. The image illustrates "The Unknown," a poem in Edgar Lee Masters' "Spoon River Anthology," in which the narrator laments shooting and caging a hawk.
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Image Dimensions177 x 126 mm (image)
MediumMonochrome (black/gray/sepia only); Wood engraving on paper
Credit LineGift of Eric Mackenzie in memory of William C. Garwood and Gwendolyn Garwood
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