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3,678 words, approx. 13 pages
Robert Pinsky1940– American poet, nonfiction writer, and translator. Introduction Robert Pinsky's poetry is noted for its combination of vivid imagery and clear, discursive language that... Read more
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Robert Pinsky1940– American poet, nonfiction writer, and translator. Introduction Robert Pinsky's poetry is noted for its combination of vivid imagery and clear, discursive language that... Read more
2,615 words, approx. 9 pages
Robert Pinsky1940– American poet, nonfiction writer, and translator. Introduction Robert Pinsky's poetry is noted for its combination of vivid imagery and clear, discursive language that... Read more
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Robert Pinsky1940– American poet, nonfiction writer, and translator. Introduction Robert Pinsky's poetry is noted for its combination of vivid imagery and clear, discursive language that... Read more
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Robert Pinsky1940– American poet, nonfiction writer, and translator. Introduction Robert Pinsky's poetry is noted for its combination of vivid imagery and clear, discursive language that... Read more
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Robert Pinsky1940– American poet, nonfiction writer, and translator. Introduction Robert Pinsky's poetry is noted for its combination of vivid imagery and clear, discursive language that... Read more
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Robert Pinsky1940– American poet, nonfiction writer, and translator. Introduction Robert Pinsky's poetry is noted for its combination of vivid imagery and clear, discursive language that... Read more
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Robert Pinsky1940– American poet, nonfiction writer, and translator. Introduction Robert Pinsky's poetry is noted for its combination of vivid imagery and clear, discursive language that... Read more
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Introduction Pinsky is an American poet and critic whose long poem, An Explanation of America, is an ambitious search for the meaning hidden in personal and national myths. Denis Donoghue sums up Pins... Read more
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Introduction Pinsky is an American poet and critic whose long poem, An Explanation of America, is an ambitious search for the meaning hidden in personal and national myths. Denis Donoghue sums up Pins... Read more
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Introduction Pinsky is an American poet and critic whose long poem, An Explanation of America, is an ambitious search for the meaning hidden in personal and national myths. Denis Donoghue sums up Pins... Read more
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Introduction Pinsky is an American poet and critic whose long poem, An Explanation of America, is an ambitious search for the meaning hidden in personal and national myths. Denis Donoghue sums up Pins... Read more
726 words, approx. 3 pages
Introduction Pinsky is an American poet and critic whose long poem, An Explanation of America, is an ambitious search for the meaning hidden in personal and national myths. Denis Donoghue sums up Pins... Read more
346 words, approx. 2 pages
Introduction Pinsky is an American poet and critic whose long poem, An Explanation of America, is an ambitious search for the meaning hidden in personal and national myths. Denis Donoghue sums up Pins... Read more
339 words, approx. 2 pages
Introduction Pinsky is an American poet and critic whose long poem, An Explanation of America, is an ambitious search for the meaning hidden in personal and national myths. Denis Donoghue sums up Pins... Read more
1,068 words, approx. 4 pages
Introduction Pinsky is an American poet and critic whose long poem, An Explanation of America, is an ambitious search for the meaning hidden in personal and national myths. Denis Donoghue sums up Pins... Read more
761 words, approx. 3 pages
Introduction Pinsky's poetry is noted for its combination of vivid imagery and clear, discursive language that explores such themes as truth, the history of nations and individuals, and the tra... Read more
1,862 words, approx. 7 pages
Introduction Pinsky's poetry is noted for its combination of vivid imagery and clear, discursive language that explores such themes as truth, the history of nations and individuals, and the tra... Read more
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Introduction Pinsky's poetry is noted for its combination of vivid imagery and clear, discursive language that explores such themes as truth, the history of nations and individuals, and the tra... Read more
3,604 words, approx. 13 pages
Introduction Pinsky's poetry is noted for its combination of vivid imagery and clear, discursive language that explores such themes as truth, the history of nations and individuals, and the tra... Read more
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Introduction Pinsky's poetry is noted for its combination of vivid imagery and clear, discursive language that explores such themes as truth, the history of nations and individuals, and the tra... Read more
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Introduction Pinsky's poetry is noted for its combination of vivid imagery and clear, discursive language that explores such themes as truth, the history of nations and individuals, and the tra... Read more
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Introduction Pinsky's poetry is noted for its combination of vivid imagery and clear, discursive language that explores such themes as truth, the history of nations and individuals, and the tra... Read more
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Introduction Pinsky's poetry is noted for its combination of vivid imagery and clear, discursive language that explores such themes as truth, the history of nations and individuals, and the tra... Read more
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Introduction Pinsky's poetry is noted for its combination of vivid imagery and clear, discursive language that explores such themes as truth, the history of nations and individuals, and the tra... Read more
2,760 words, approx. 10 pages
Introduction Pinsky's poetry is noted for its combination of vivid imagery and clear, discursive language that explores such themes as truth, the history of nations and individuals, and the tra... Read more
2,678 words, approx. 9 pages
Introduction Pinsky's poetry is noted for its combination of vivid imagery and clear, discursive language that explores such themes as truth, the history of nations and individuals, and the tra... Read more
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Introduction Pinsky's poetry is noted for its combination of vivid imagery and clear, discursive language that explores such themes as truth, the history of nations and individuals, and the tra... Read more
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Introduction Pinsky's poetry is noted for its combination of vivid imagery and clear, discursive language that explores such themes as truth, the history of nations and individuals, and the tra... Read more
2,632 words, approx. 9 pages
Introduction Pinsky's poetry is noted for its combination of vivid imagery and clear, discursive language that explores such themes as truth, the history of nations and individuals, and the tra... Read more
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Introduction Named poet laureate of the United States in 1997, Pinsky is a poet-critic whose writings resist the categories of American contemporary poetry. Admired for its blend of vivid imagery and ... Read more
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Introduction Named poet laureate of the United States in 1997, Pinsky is a poet-critic whose writings resist the categories of American contemporary poetry. Admired for its blend of vivid imagery and ... Read more
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Introduction Named poet laureate of the United States in 1997, Pinsky is a poet-critic whose writings resist the categories of American contemporary poetry. Admired for its blend of vivid imagery and ... Read more
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Introduction Named poet laureate of the United States in 1997, Pinsky is a poet-critic whose writings resist the categories of American contemporary poetry. Admired for its blend of vivid imagery and ... Read more
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Introduction Named poet laureate of the United States in 1997, Pinsky is a poet-critic whose writings resist the categories of American contemporary poetry. Admired for its blend of vivid imagery and ... Read more
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Introduction Named poet laureate of the United States in 1997, Pinsky is a poet-critic whose writings resist the categories of American contemporary poetry. Admired for its blend of vivid imagery and ... Read more
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Introduction Named poet laureate of the United States in 1997, Pinsky is a poet-critic whose writings resist the categories of American contemporary poetry. Admired for its blend of vivid imagery and ... Read more
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