The Reservoir

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Ekstasis Editions, 2006 - Literary Collections - 95 pages
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The Reservoir explores the diverse manifestations of human love in contemplative essays by Eric Miller. Strands of memory, history, childhood, family, war, creativity and affection weave an elegant tapestry of prose connecting past and present.

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About the author (2006)

Eric Miller is a professor of 18th-century literature at the University of Victoria and a poetry editor at The Malahat Review, having studied at universities in Ontario, New Brunswick and Nova Scotia. He is a polymath, with fluency in a number of languages, a thorough knowledge of Latin and classical history, a detailed knowledge of the biological science of birds, and an astonishing breadth of reading in a variety of literary traditions. He is also a recipient of The Fiddleheads Ralph Gustafson Prize for Poetry and the Academy of American Poets Prize from the University of Virginia.

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