The Life and Letters (Phoenix Poets)
By: Irving Feldman (author)Hardback
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In poems whose subjects range from theme parks to late-night radio, the aftermath of the Holocaust to television, "The Life and Letters" represents a celebrated poet-scholar at the height of his art.
Irving Feldman, Distinguished Professor in the Department of English at the State University of New York, Buffalo, is the author of eight books of poetry, most recently of "Teach Me, Dear Sister" (1983) and "All of Us Here" (1986, 1991).
Acknowledgments The Dream The Life and Letters Immortality Street Scene The Runners Warm Enough Only Then Story The Affair Variations on a Theme by May Swenson The Little Children of Hamelin Malke Toyb The Knot In the Manger Good Morning America Outrage Is Anointed by Levity No Big Deal In Theme Park America The Celebrities Interrupted Prayers West Street The Girlfriend Even in Eden She Knows Widow After Empires In the Mental Ward The Labyrinth Poem of the Old Avant-Garde Adventures in the Postmodern Era WWI (Writing While Under the Influence) Terminal Laughs Kiss and Tell Small Talk for a Sage How Wonderful Fragment Entrances
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