A Woman and a Man, Ice-fishing
By: Lee Rudolph (author)Paperback
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Poems about time and loss, chaos and creation. Rural and urban settings ranging from the mid-20th-century Midwest and contemporary New England to dream countrysides and surreal cities of exile. Includes twelve "little prayers," after Paul Goodman, with an epigraph from Goodman.
LEE RUDOLPH was a founding member of the Alice James Poetry Cooperative, which published his first two books of poetry, Curses (1974) and The Country Changes (1978). He is also the author of Calculus of Elementary Functions (1969) and many research papers on "low-dimensional topology," the field of mathematics in which he has earned most of his living since 1974. He lives in southeastern Massachusetts.
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