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review Ø The Landscapist: Selected Poems 104 ✓ Bilingual EditionTranslated from the French and with an introduction by John AshberyAfter I began translating Pierre Martory that is after I began to realize that his marvelous poetry would likely remain unknown unless I translated it and brought it to the attention of American readers I Nces for me though I hope I haven't stolen anything well better to steal than borrow as Eliot or less said All of which may be a way of saying that there is no very easy way to describe Martory's poetry It is sui generis and it deserves to be read And reread John Ashbe.

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Bilingual EditionTranslated from the French and with an introduction by John AshberyAfter I began translating Pierre Martory that is after I began to realize that his marvelous poetry would likely remain unknown unless I translated it and brought it to the attention of.

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The Landscapist Selected PoemsAmerican readers I have begun to find echoes of his work in mine His dreams his pessimistic resumes of childhood that are suddenly lanced by a joke his surreal loves his strangely lit landscapes with their inuisitive birds and disuieting flora have been fertile influe.