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By Charles Simic

In this quantity, Simic fills the wee hours of his poetry with angels and pigs, riddles and cemeteries. His is a wealthy, haunted global of East eu reminiscence and american present-a global of his personal production, one regularly filled with luminous shock. “Simic writes so easily that his phrases fall like drops of water, yet they ripple outward to awaken an ominous and numinous international” (Washington put up publication World).

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