Women's Poetry in France, 1965-1995: A Bilingual Anthology

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Michael Bishop
Wake Forest University Press, 1997 - Poetry - 392 pages
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Women's Poetry in France, 1965-1995 is the first bilingual anthology of modern French women poets yet published. Michael Bishop's translations are true to each of the twenty-eight distinctive voices in this volume. His translations thereby free the poems themselves to justify their place, not only in this bilingual volume but also in the realm of international poetry. This anthology could reshuffle canons, alter the international perception of French poetry, and bring pleasure to many individual readers.

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MICHAEL BISHOP lives in Wichita, KS with his wife Cindy. His books have been seen on Mtv, in newspapers nationwide, and celebrated highly on the Internet. Critics are hailing him as the Next Generation of Horror after his explosive debut into the literary world. Setting the industry on fire with a new style of twisted imagery and savage story lines. He is now working on the "Raven's Secrets", his next work of maniacal mischief.

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