In 2002, Frank Bidart published a sequence of poems, "Music Like
Dirt," the first chapbook ever to be a finalist for the Pulitzer
Prize. From the beginning, he had conceived this sequence as the
opening movement in a larger structure--now, with "Star Dust,"
In this profound and unforgettable new book, the dream beyond
desire (which now seems to represent human destiny) is rooted in
the drive to create, a drive tormented at every stage by failure,
as the temporal being fights for its survival by making an eternal
life. Bidart is a poet of passionate originality, and "Star Dust"
shows that the forms of this originality continue to deepen and
change as he constantly renews his contract with the idea of
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