Love about Love

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Ausable Press, 2001 - Poetry - 160 pages
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The collected love poems by Pulitzer Prize-winning poet C.K. Williams. Williams explores the many faces of his subject--passion, affection, sexuality, loneliness, jealousy, loss--in poems remarkable for their range and ingenuity What emerges is a complext and surprising self-portrait-as-lover from earliest childhood longings to the hindsight of mature experience.

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On the heels of Williams's Pulitzer Prize-winning Repair and just a few years after his Selected Poems comes this thematic repackaging of work spanning three decades. The focus is ostensibly love in ... Read full review

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About the author (2001)

C.K. Williams grew up in Newark, NJ and attended the University of Pennsylvania. He has written over a dozen books of poetry and been awarded many prizes, including the Pulitzer and the National Book Critics Circle Award. He teaches at Princeton University and lives part of the year in France.

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