This volume brings together all the poems contained in The Hard Hours , Millions of Strange Shadows , and The Venetian Vespers , and versions of Joseph Brodskys early poems, which Hecht was the first to translate. These three distinguished books affirm Hechts reputation as a technically accomplished poet capable of powerfully expressing deep sentiment and original thought.
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Product details Format Paperback 62 pages Dimensions Since then she has continued to teach an option on John Donne and also contributes to the M. Phils in Literary Translation and Comparative Literature. Ni Chuilleanain edits the literary journal Cyphers with two other poet-editors, including her husband MacDara Woods. She and her husband have a son, Niall. Eilean Ni Chuilleanain is often cited not only as a major poet in the generation after Thomas Kinsella, John Montague, and Richard Murphy, but also as the foremost female poet now writing in Ireland and Great Britain.