American Poets Say Goodbye to the 20th Century

American Poets Say Goodbye to the 20th Century

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Baker & Taylor
More than one hundred American poets representing diverse backgrounds and literary traditions reflect on the twentieth century and look forward to the future

Perseus Publishing
The editors of this anthology asked more than one hundred American poets from divergent backgrounds and literary traditions the following question: How would you say goodbye to the 20th century? Writers both new and established are represented here, including Paul Auster, Charles Bukowski, Robert Creeley, Allen Ginsberg, Maxine Kumin, Carolyn Kizer, Charles Simic, David Trinidad, and Anne Waldman.


Baker
& Taylor

More than one hundred American poets representing diverse backgrounds and literary traditions reflect on the twentieth century and look forward to the future in a poetry collection that includes works by Allen Ginsberg, Charles Simic, Maxime Kumin, and many others. Simultaneous. Tour. IP.

Publisher: New York : Four Walls Eight Windows, [1996]
ISBN: 9781568580685
1568580681
9781568580715
1568580711
Branch Call Number: 811.08
Characteristics: xiii, 417 p. ; 22 cm

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