Haunt by Keith Waldrop

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Poetry. Keith Waldrop's new book continues and deepens the examination of meaning, connotation, denotation, and meaninglessness implicit in his work. Many titles by this major poet, translator, and editor continue to be available from SPD: ANALOGIES OF ESCAPE, LOCALITY PRINCIPLE, THE EIGHTH DAY, and others. Keith and Rosmarie Waldrop edit Burning Deck in Providence, Rhode Island.

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Keith Waldrop, Brooke Russell Astor Professor of Humanities at Brown University, has published more than a dozen works each of original poetry and translations. His first book, A Windmill Near Calvary, was shortlisted for the 1968 National Book Award. Recent books include The Real Subject: Queries and Conjectures of Jacob Delafon, with Sample Poems, The House Seen from Nowhere, and a translation of The Flowers of Evil by Charles Baudelaire.
Published January 1, 2000 by Instance Press. 96 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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(May 1)Forecast:Along with spouse Rosemarie Waldrop (A Key into the Language of America), Waldrop has taught for many years in Brown University's writing program and copublishes Burning Deck books—celebrating its 40th anniversary this year.

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