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Fu, Tu, Selected Poems of Tu Fu, translated by David Hinton, New Directions, 1989.

Tu Fu (712–770) is widely considered to be China’s greatest poet, and he is one of Carruth’s favorites. His highly personal poems tell of his own and his family’s experiences in a period of history fraught with such disasters as famines, floods, and civil war, as well as the simple pleasures of life. David Hinton’s translation has garnered much critical acclaim.

Kaufmann, Walter, Existentialism from Dostoevsky to Sartre, The World Publishing, 1956, reprint, Plume, 1975.

Kaufmann provides a readable anthology of existentialist writings for the lay reader. In his illuminating commentaries on the various writers, which includes Jean-Paul Sartre, Albert Camus, and Søren Kierkegaard, he emphasizes that existentialist thinkers revolted against traditional philosophies and resisted categorization.

Pound, Ezra, ABC of Reading, New Directions, 1960.

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