The Jungle Poems of Leconte de Lisle

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Price
$14.95  $13.90
Publisher
New American Press
Publish Date
Pages
98
Dimensions
5.25 X 8.0 X 0.23 inches | 0.26 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9781941561089
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About the Author

David R. Slavitt is a poet and the translator of more than ninety works of fiction, poetry, and drama.

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PRAISE FOR DAVID R. SLAVITT

"Slavitt's touch is light, and he writes beautifully.... His satire is sharp, and he can be wildly funny." -- New York Times Book Review

"One of America's most lucid and classical poets.... Slavitt's attitude is, as one would expect of a Hebrew as well as Greco-Latin classicist, sharply questioning as well as tragic. He is a poet one reads to know more." -- Booklist

"Slavitt is both smart and wise; he's as well known for his translations of the writers of antiquity as he is for his original work, both poetry and prose.... With a rich sense of humor, a bit of attitude, and a fascination with details, even minutiae, Slavitt tries his hand at new and curious measures and forms as well as seemingly free-range meditations -- or, one might say, meanderings." -- Library Journal


PRAISE FOR DAVID R. SLAVITT

-Slavitt's touch is light, and he writes beautifully.... His satire is sharp, and he can be wildly funny.- -- New York Times Book Review

-One of America's most lucid and classical poets.... Slavitt's attitude is, as one would expect of a Hebrew as well as Greco-Latin classicist, sharply questioning as well as tragic. He is a poet one reads to know more.- -- Booklist

-Slavitt is both smart and wise; he's as well known for his translations of the writers of antiquity as he is for his original work, both poetry and prose.... With a rich sense of humor, a bit of attitude, and a fascination with details, even minutiae, Slavitt tries his hand at new and curious measures and forms as well as seemingly free-range meditations -- or, one might say, meanderings.- -- Library Journal