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Bob Perelman's poetry is alternately lyrical, polemical, funny, self-critical and didactic, and consistently engaging. In this, his first selected volume, the author of The Marginalization of Poetry delivers a stunning poetic portrait of late 20th-century America. This volume includes work from all of Perelman's previously published collections.
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6 x 9 trim. LC 99-34281About the Author:
BOB PERELMAN is Associate Professor of English at University of Pennsylvania. His volumes of poetry include Virtual Reality (1993), Face Value (1988), The First World (1986), and Primer (1981). He has also published critical works, including The Marginalization of Poetry (1996) and The Trouble with Genius: Reading Pound, Joyce, Stein, and Zukofsky (1994).
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