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Dali, Salvador and Haim Finkelstein, eds., The Collected Writings of Salvador Dali, London:Cambridge University Press, 1999.

While Salvador Dali is remembered mostly for his surrealist painting, he was also a prolific writer. The essays in this book fall into the surrealist category as well (one review calls them "weird, wonderful, and poetic") and help us to understand the connection between dreamlike painting and dreamlike prose.

Strand, Mark, Blizzard of One, New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1998.

Strand's most recent collection continues to display his ability to provoke and amaze with short poems and everyday language. Many of the poems in this book relay a sense of happenstance in much of our lives—that most things just come and go regardless of our striving.

--------, Hopper, Hopewell, New Jersey: Ecco Press, 1994.

Strand's interest in painting continued even after he turned his career attention to poetry. In this book about...

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