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Robert Creeley,Anselm Hollo
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Anselm Hollo 'Why there is a Cat Curfew in my House" Notes on the Possibilities and Attractions of Existence: Selected Poems 1965–2000. ISBN 978-1-56689-113-4.

Anselm Hollo 'Why there is a Cat Curfew in my House". Hollo published more than forty titles of poetry in the United Kingdom and in the United States, with a style strongly influenced by the American beat poets. Paavo Anselm Aleksis Hollo was born in Helsinki, Finland. 2001 best book of poems Award by the San Francisco Poetry Center, for Notes on the Possibilities and Attractions of Existence: New and Selected Poems 1965–2000. Notes on the Possibilities and Attractions of Existence: Selected Poems 1965–2000.

Anselm Hollo is the author of more than forty books and an award-winning translator. Born in Helsinki, Finland, Hollo has lived in the United States for thirty-seven years and now teaches at Naropa University in Boulder, Colorado

Anselm Hollo is the author of more than forty books and an award-winning translator. Born in Helsinki, Finland, Hollo has lived in the United States for thirty-seven years and now teaches at Naropa University in Boulder, Colorado. His most recent collection of poems, Notes on the Possibilities and Attractions of Existence, received the San Francisco Poetry Center Award.

Anselm Hollo, Robert Creeley (Introduction) Hollo published more than forty titles of poetry in the UK and in the US, in a style strongly influenced by the American beat poets.

Anselm Hollo, Robert Creeley (Introduction). Lists with This Book. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Hollo published more than forty titles of poetry in the UK and in the US, in a style strongly influenced by the American beat poets. In 1965, Hollo performed at the "underground" International Poetry Incarnation, London.

Anselm Paul Alexis Hollo was a Finnish poet and translator Hollo published more than forty titles of poetry in the UK and in the US, in a style strongly influenced by the American beat poets

Anselm Paul Alexis Hollo was a Finnish poet and translator. He lived in the United States from 1967 until his death in January of 2013. His father, Juho Aukusti Hollo (1885–1967) - who liked to be known as "J. Hollo - was Professor of Philosophy at the University of Helsinki, an essayist, and a major translator of literature into Anselm Paul Alexis Hollo was a Finnish poet and translator.

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Born and raised in Finland, Anselm Paul Alexis Hollo made his first trip to the United . Notes on the Possibilities and Attractions of Existence. Popular Study Guides.

From 1952 to 1956, he attended Helsinki University and University of Tübingen, Germany. His first collection of poems, Sateiden Välillä (rain pause), was published in 1956 in Helsinki.

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Anselm Paul Alexis Hollo (12 April 1934 – 29 January 2013) was a Finnish poet and translator. 2001 best book of poems Award by the San Francisco Poetry Center, for Notes on the Possibilities and Attractions of Existence: New and Selected Poems 1965–2000

Anselm Paul Alexis Hollo (12 April 1934 – 29 January 2013) was a Finnish poet and translator Hollo published more than forty titles of poetry in the United Kingdom and in the United States, with a style strongly influenced by the American beat poets. YouTube Encyclopedic. 1996 Government of Finland's Distinguished Foreign Translator's Award. 1996 Gertrude Stein Award in Innovative American Poetry 1995-1996.

The New copy of this book will include any supplemental materials advertised. Burroughs Hollo Saarikoski Ball. nice writing gentlemen. Wry, sly, hip-the selected poems of the past thirty-five years of Anselm Hollo.

Anselm Paul Alexis Hollo (12 April 1934 - 29 January 2013) was a Finnish-American poet and translator. He lived in the United States from 1967 until his death. His father, Juho Aukusti (.  .

Table of Contents

Part One Excerpts from a June Journal Beans June 1, 1991: Sleeping Late June 16, 1991: Final Foal Journal Entry, PoBiz, Texas Notes from My Journal, Kyoto, December 1984

Part Two Interstices Swimming and Writing Motherhood and Poetics October 4, 1995 For Anne at Passover Recitations First Loves

Part Three An Appreciation of Marianne Moore's Selected Letters This Curious Silent Unrepresented Life Josephine Jacobsen Back to the Fairground: Mona Van Duyn A Postcard from the Volcano Essay on Robert Frost

Part Four Trochee, Trimeter, and the MRI: On A Shropshire Lad Gymnastics: The Villanelle A Way of Staying Sane Word for Word: "Poem for My Son" Scrubbed Up and Sent to School

Part Five Keynote Address, PEN-New England, April 11, 1999 Premonitory Shiver Two Junes

Part Six Interview

from an interview with Enid Shomer

ES: I know that there are many poets whose work you admire, but who has exerted the most influence on you?

MK: Auden, unquestionably. Almost everything I know how to do with the line, I learned from absorbing Auden.

ES: You never met him?

MK: No. I probably attended a dozen readings he gave, in and around Boston, in his carpet slippers. I worshipped him from afar. Today, it must seem a strange influence, and Anglo-American male. You'd expect I would say--I don't know--but some woman role model. There really was no one at the time.

ES: Marianne Moore?

MK: Hardly. She was inimitable, in the firest sense of that word. And Elizabeth Bishop was just too distant and too classical. But when I was sixteen, I adored Edna St. Vincent Millay; I could say lots of her sonnets by heart, and that was all to the good. Auden exerted an intellectual and visceral influence on me, though, metrically, in terms of rhyme and scansion, and his ability to compress those gifts into images, to make a metaphor of a thought: "In the nightmare of the dark / All the dogs of Europe bark."