Glyn Maxwell's poems are adventures from the known to the unknown,
seeming to take even more delight in the exploration than in the
content of the lessons learned. A series of verse letters to the
English poet Edward Thomas, killed in the First World War, anchors
the book, but the variety of form and mood here -- from the
mysteriously introspective to the overtly humorous -- is
breathtaking. With this, his fourth collection of poems, Glyn
Maxwell proves himself to be a contemporary master in the tradition
of W. H. Auden, Philip Larkin, and even Robert Frost, whose time in
both England and America he evokes.
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