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Kinnell, Galway, Body Rags, Houghton Mifflin, 1968.

In his third collection, Kinnell is concerned with mortality and the material world. This volume collects some of his most frequently anthologized poems, including “Another Night in the Ruins,” “The Bear,” and “The Porcupine.”

———, Walking Down the Stairs: Selections from Interviews, University of Michigan Press, 1978.

Through selections from his own interviews, Kinnell shares his thoughts on his work and poetry in general.

Nelson, Howard, ed., On the Poetry of Galway Kinnell: The Wages of the Dying, University of Michigan Press, 1988.

In this volume, Nelson has collected reviews and articles—both flattering and scathing—about Kinnell, his books, and his individual poems. Critics include Joseph Bruchac, Tess Gallagher, Donald Hall, and Harold Bloom.

Zimmerman, Lee, Intricate and Simple Things: The Poetry of Galway Kinnell, University of Illinois Press, 1987.

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