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March 31, 2010


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"all-over-the-page phrases like falling, wind-blown foliage" is a wonderful description of Schuyler's tumble-me-down execution. And don't forget- when talking about recently available Schuyler- the 2005 NYRB re-release of "What's for Dinner?"

Thanks for this great review. I didn't think there would be another book of his poems. I look forward to reading it

That is very nice, the comparison to Keats in sensuousness. The line. Thank you.

Excellent review, much better than Troy Jollimore's pan in the LA Times. Not sure I am entirely convinced. Schuyler is clever and the sensibility is there, Keatsian like they say, but I just don't get moved by every fart and grunt and comma of bright light in the poet's eye. Can't do it. But thanks.

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