Since the appearance of his first book in 1972, Larry Levis has been one of the most original and most highly praised of contemporary American poets. InWinter Stars, a book of love poems and elegies, Levis engages in a process of relentless self-interrogation about his life, about losses and acceptances. What emerges is not merely autobiography, but a biography of the reader, a "representative life" of our time.
Subjects: Language & Literature
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