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To Paris: Poems

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Reading To Paris, Samuel Hazo's newest book of poems, is an act of exploration, a search for an American-ness that can be felt in one's self only while abroad. And what is discovered is not the alienation born of internal exile but a widening sense of humanity defined by tensions between time and place: now and then, here and now.
Paperback, 96 pages
Published February 1st 1981 by New Directions Publishing Corporation
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I wish I'd read this lovely collection sooner. For a full review, see the link below.

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Samuel Hazo is the director of the International Poetry Forum in Pittsburgh, where he is also McAnulty Distinguished Professor of English Emeritus at Duquesne University. His books include The Rest Is Prose, As They Sail, Stills, and This Part of the World, the latter two published by Syracuse University Press. His translations include Nadia Tueni’s Lebanon: Twenty Poems for One Love
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