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Simpson, Louis, Caviare at the Funeral, Franklin Watts,1980.

In poems which closely resemble anecdotes and vignettes, Caviare at the Funeral reports on the lives of people and places which have had an impact on Simpson. He writes about America,Russia, and the Australian Outback with an equal degree of passion and insight. This is a very accessible collection of poems.

--------, The Character of the Poet, University of Michigan Press, 1986.

Simpson's collection of short and occasional pieces provides a glimpse into his motivations for writing and his attitudes towards other modern and contemporary poets.

Stepanchev, Stephen, American Poetry Since 1945, Harper,1965.

Stepanchev's literary history is a highly readable account of the aesthetic and ideological movements in American poetry after World War II.

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