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Among his landmark works are Window Water Baby Moving (1959), Mothlight (1963), Dog Star
Man (1964), The Act of Seeing With One's Own Eyes (1971) and The Text of Light (1974).
Throughout his life he wrote short poems, rhymed letters to his friends, and witty epigrams--all gathered in two collections: Kanikula albo psia gwiazda (1647; "The Dog Star
") and Lutnia (1661; "Lute").
His first book was The Dog Star
(1950), a novel depicting the effect of a friend's suicide on a sensitive youth living on the seamy side of life.
Sirius, the dog star
, associated with the dog days of summer and the attendant sickness and drought, was classified with such incontrovertibly red objects as Mars and Antares.
But even though this lesser Dog Star
is the 8th brightest star in the heavens, shining at magnitude 0.4, it's often overlooked because of Sirius.
The Examiner has supported the Dog Star
Awards to recognise the canine contribution to society.
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the "Dog Star
." It was once believed that the star somehow conspired with the sun to make the days hotter.
THE hunt is on to find a dog star
for Christmas show The Wizard of Oz.
The Dogon saw the dog star
more than a millennia ago from the cliffs of Bandiagara when Nommo pointed the way past distant planets.
Naipaul' 9 The first woman to walk in space' 10 During that period the dog star
Sirius rises with the Sun.