Hands of the Saddlemaker

Paperback | April 22, 1992

byNicholas Samaras

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'Nicholas Samaras's poems are unique in their orientation and display a linguistic sense that should earn him a wide and discriminating audience. The most engaging quality of his work is his metaphysical internationalism, the note of the eternal exile who yet finds remarkable and life-enhancing particularities in the countries through which he passes. -James dickey, distinguished poet and judge of the 1991 Yale Series of Younger Poets competition

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'Nicholas Samaras's poems are unique in their orientation and display a linguistic sense that should earn him a wide and discriminating audience. The most engaging quality of his work is his metaphysical internationalism, the note of the eternal exile who yet finds remarkable and life-enhancing particularities in the countries through ...

James Lafayette Dickey, an American poet and novelist, was born in Atlanta, Georgia, in 1923. He is perhaps best known for Deliverance, his novel about four suburban men struggling to survive a canoe trip gone awry, which was made into a popular movie of the same title, starring Burt Reynolds. Dickey also published several volumes of p...

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Format:PaperbackDimensions:80 pages, 9 × 5.5 × 0.68 inPublished:April 22, 1992Publisher:Yale University Press

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'Nicholas Samaras's poems are unique in their orientation and display a linguistic sense that should earn him a wide and discriminating audience. The most engaging quality of his work is his metaphysical internationalism, the note of the eternal exile who yet finds remarkable and life-enhancing particularities in the countries through which he passes. -James dickey, distinguished poet and judge of the 1991 Yale Series of Younger Poets competition