Collected Later Poems by Anthony Hecht
By Anthony Hecht
Anthony Hecht, now in his 80th 12 months, has earned a spot along such poets as W. H. Auden, Robert Frost, and Elizabeth Bishop. the following below one disguise are his 3 newest collections--The obvious guy, Flight one of the Tombs, and The Darkness and the Light. the correct significant other to his Collected prior Poems (continuously in print considering that 1990), this e-book brings the eloquent sound of Hecht's tune to undergo on a wide selection of human dramas: from a tender girl demise of leukemia to the tangled amorous affairs of A Midsummer Night's Dream; from loss of life because the director of Hollywood motion pictures to the unforeseen photograph of Marcel Proust as a determine skater.
He glides with a gaining self assurance, inscribes
Tentative passages, thinks back, backtracks,
Comes to a minute point,
Then wheels approximately in widening sweeps and lobes,
Large Palmer cursives and delicate entrelacs,
On a sophisticated, long-drawn sort and pliant script
Incised with dual metal blades and qualified
Perfectly to express,
With palms flung extensive or gloved arms firmly gripped
Behind his again, attentively, clear-eyed,
A glancing happiness.
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