On the Poetry of Philip Levine

Stranger to Nothing
Christopher Buckley, Editor
The first critical collection to focus on Levine

Description

Readers and critics alike have applauded Philip Levine's poems for their eloquent and elegiac narrative and their vivas for the dignity of the human spirit.  In 1987 Levine received the esteemed Ruth Lilly Prize, given by the Modern Poetry Association and the American Council for the Arts in recognition of outstanding poetic achievement. On the Poetry of Philip Levine, the first critical collection to focus on this original and highly acclaimed poet, selects essays and reviews that span three decades.  Included are pieces by Richard Howard, Stephen Yenser, Ralph J. Mills, Jr., and Dave Smith.

Volumes in the Under Discussion series collect reviews and essays about individual poets.  The series is concerned with contemporary American and English poets about whom the consensus has not yet been formed and the final vote has not been taken.

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  • 5.25 x 8.
  • 378pp.
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  • Paper
  • 1991
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  • 978-0-472-06392-5

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