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by Clayton Eshleman

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Author:
Clayton Eshleman
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978-0914232032
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0914232037
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Treacle Press; 1st edition (1974)
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Clayton Eshleman is one of America’s foremost translators and poets. I was seduced and overwhelmed and quickly decided that I would create an apprenticeship to poetry by translating all the poems in that book.

Clayton Eshleman is one of America’s foremost translators and poets. Vallejo had something to teach me that I could not find in Williams or Pound.

Other photo of Clayton Eshleman . src "/web/img/loading. gif" data-src "/web/show-photo. jpg?id 770567&cache false" alt "Other photo of Clayton Eshleman" class "gallery img" height "167". According to the introduction, this book was inspired by cave art Eshleman encountered in France, and believed to be misunderstood by everyone else who had ever written about it.

That Clayton Eshleman has not ceased from exploration over a career spanning more than fifty-five years is witnessed by the bulk, range, and diversity of the present collection of his essential poetry.

Clayton Eshleman - Born in Indianapolis, Indiana, in 1935, Clayton Eshleman is the author .

Clayton Eshleman - Born in Indianapolis, Indiana, in 1935, Clayton Eshleman is the author of many collections of poetry and translation. He has also published books of essays, prose, and interviews, including Companion Spider (Wesleyan University Press, 2002), Antiphonal Swing: Selected Prose, 1962-1987 (McPherson & C. 1989) and Novices: A Study of Poetic Apprenticeship (Arundel Press, 1989). Twenty issues of Caterpillar appeared between 1967 and 1973. Selections from the magazine were collected as A Caterpillar Anthology (1971).

Poems (4). Silence Raving. Placements I: "The New Wilderness". Notes On A Visit To Le Tuc D'Audoubert.

Eshleman, Clayton 1935–. Similarly the substance of Eshleman's poems is varied and esoteric. Eshleman has published a number of books in the past few years, including his widely admired translations of Neruda and Vallejo, but is his first sizable collection of his own work. It is as if he had run from the ordinariness of his Indiana boyhood in a wild flight to cultural specialization.

As such, Eshleman writes about the vocation of poet and of the poet as translator as no one else in America today; he believes adamantly that art must concern itself with vision, and that poets learn best by an apprenticeship that is a kind of immersion in the work of other poets

by. Clayton Eshleman.

by. This book of new poems by Clayton Eshleman (author of UNDER WORLD ARREST, FROM SCRATCH, et. reveals the poet's life-long devotion to a many-faceted art.

Because Eshleman's meander is complex, his poems have acquired a reputation for being difficult and even obscure.

The new wilderness is thus the spectral realm created by the going out of animal life and the coming in of these primary outlines. Because Eshleman's meander is complex, his poems have acquired a reputation for being difficult and even obscure.