A Reader's Guide to the Poetry of Richard Wilbur
University of Alabama Press, 1995 - 180 páginas
A comprehensive critical guide to the poetry of Richard Wilbur, United States poet laureate. This survey is unified by its focus on two central concerns of Wilbur's poetry, namely the synthesis of matter and spirit and the reconciliation of regional and cosmopolitan viewpoints.
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