Salt garden


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an arrangement for the natural evaporation of sea water for the production of salt, employing large shallow basins excavated near the seashore.

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Nemerov's first book of verse, The Image and the Law (1947), was followed by a number of others, including The Salt Garden (1955), Mirrors and Windows (1958), New and Selected Poems (1960), Blue Swallows (1967), Gnomes and Occasions (1973), Sentences (1980), and War Stories (1987).
His collections include Guide to the Ruins (1950), The Salt Garden (1955), Mirrors and Windows (1958), New and Selected Poems (1960), The Next Room of the Dream: Poems and Two Plays (1962), Departure of the Ships (1966), Dangers of Reasoning by Analogy (1966), The Blue Swallows (1967), A Sequence of Seven (1967), The Winter Lightning: Selected Poems (1968), The Painter Dreaming in the Scholar's House (1968), Gnomes and Occasions (1972), The Western Approaches: Poems 1973-1975 (1975); By Al Lebowitz's Pool (1979), Sentences (1980), Inside the Onion (1984), and War Stories (1987).