This volume brings together poems from four decades of Geoffrey Hill's work. "If one had now to choose a living poet in English whom Boris Pasternak would recognize, whom George Seferis and T. S. Eliot would take seriously, Geoffrey Hill is the most obvious choice" (Peter Levi). "Words in his poetry fall slowly and singly, like molten solder, and accumulate to a dull glowing nub," said one of his great admirers, Seamus Heaney.

New& Coll Poem 52-92 Pa 1995, Mariner Books, Boston, MA

ISBN-13: 9780395680865

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