Poetry. Samuel Menashe "compresses thought into language intense and clear as diamonds"Stephen Spender,New York Review of Books. Described by Donald Davie in the New Statesman as a "testcase for readers and a challenge to writers," Menashe's poetry has been enthusiastically reviewed in some of the most prestigious journals in the English-speaking world and praised by critics and poets as various and distinguished as Robert Graves, Kathleen Raine, Austin Clarke, Hugh Kenner, Calvin Bedient, Derek Mahon, Dana Gionia, and Barry Ahearn.
- Paperback | 118 pages
- 139.4 x 215.6 x 7.9mm | 149.29g
- 01 Apr 2000
- Talisman House, Publishers
- United Kingdom