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Life in the Singular: Selected Poems, 1993-1999

Claude Beausoleil ; translated by Daniel Sloate
Format
Book
Published
Toronto ; Buffalo : Guernica Editions, 2004.
Edition
1st ed
Language
English
French (translated from)
Uniform Title
Poems
Series
Essential Poets Series
Essential Poets
ISBN
1550711881
Summary
This collection of mental landscapes overflows with visions, some as haunting as half-remembered dreams, nightmarish or joyous, depending on where the dreamer's gaze comes to rest. The reader is swept along with these hypnotic currents, unable to escape the nets cast and recast that hold him in their restless meshes long after the book is laid aside. The book is a brilliant tour de force by the poet in the contemplation of his own identity and, by so doing, of the secret of self, his own and that of the Other" --cover.
Description
116 p. ; 21 cm.
Series Statement
Essential poets series ; 126
Essential poets ; 126
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