Poet and publisher James Laughlin is known in Italy as the Amerian
Catullus. Like the Latin poet whom Laughlin calls master, the
subject at the heart of his work remains "love/ . . . & the
lack of love, /which is what makes evil", but seen now from the
wry, often poignant perspective of old age. The nearly 150 poems
collected here address his mature theme in a variety of ways.
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