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Now in his mid-seventies, distinguished poet, critic and translator Anthony Rudolf has amassed a lifetime's worth of work, presented here in this latest collection. For over five decades, Rudolf has weaved and nurtured literary connections between Britain and Europe, drawing on his Jewish heritage and affinity for Jewish, French and Russian culture to inform his poetry. A respected translator of the works of Yves Bonnefoy, Vigée, Jabès, Vinokourov and Tvardovsky, and the author of books of literary criticism on Primo Levi, Piotr Rawicz and others, Rudolf is truly an international writer and thinker, generous in his output and original in a conformist age.
Number of Pages: 172
Publisher: Paul & Co Pub Consortium
Author: Anthony Rudolf
Street Date: July 1, 2017
Item Number (DPCI): 248-48-9104
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