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By Gary Snyder, Richard Meyers, Robert Duncan, Robert Bly, James Purdy, Walter Abish, Besmilr Brigham, William Bronk, Alvaro de Cam

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As it says under, this quantity is of notice for its translations of Enrique Lihn (!), Fernando Pessoa, and Yannis Ritsos.

AN ANTHOLOGY: EDITED by means of J. LAUGHLIN
Since 1936, the New instructions Annuals have served as vehi­-
cles for the presentation of new and version traits in global
literature. The foreign personality of this year’s anthology,
the twenty-third in the sequence, is underscored via translations of
substantial works through 3 significant international poets—Enrique Lihn
(Chile), Fernando Pessoa (Portugal) and Yannis Ritsos
(Greece). Of the American poets, a few have long-standing
reputations, such as Robert Bly, William Bronk, Robert Dun­
can, Lawrence Ferlinghetti, Denise Levertov and Carl Rakosi;
others, like Besmilr Brigham, Walter S. Hamady and Richard
Meyers, have contributed to contemporary Annuals; whereas a quantity
are beginners of promise—David Giannini, Yuki Hartman
and Lawson Fusao Inada.
T h e prose sections express an specifically wealthy range of
technique, shape and topic topic, ranging from Gary
Snyder’s essay on ecology, The wasteland, and Russell Edson’s
satirical brief play, Ketchup, to an inventive free-form piece
by Don Wulffson, You Too Can Be a Floorwax That Even
Your Husband may well follow. There are, in addition, brief
stories via Walter Abish, Marvin Cohen and James Purdy, and
excerpts from works in development by means of Charles Henri Ford and
Dennis Silk.

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