Companion Spider: Essays

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Wesleyan University Press, 2001 - Literary Collections - 333 pages
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This is the accumulated work of a poet and translator who goes more deeply into the art and its process and demands.
 

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In her foreword to this book of essays and critiques, Adrienne Rich refers to Eshleman's "prodigious empathetic capability." Having dipped into this volume but not read every word, I would certainly ... Read full review

Companion spider: essays

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A poet, translator, and founder of the groundbreaking literary magazines Sulfur and Caterpillar, Eshleman says that writers don't need workshops but gravitate toward them anyway, because they are ... Read full review

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