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Pavese, Cesare, American Literature, University of California Press, 1970.

Pavese was as well-known for bringing American literature to his Italian audience as he was for his poetry. Students studying his thoughts on Melville, Whitman, James Baldwin, and others will find Pavese's philosophy mapped out in greater detail here than it is in "Two Poems for T."

Signorelli-Pappas, Rita, "Imagining the Author's Gaze: Ancient and Modern Exile Literature in Translation," in Literary Review, Vol. 46, No. 4, Summer 2003, pp. 753—58.

This recent article examines a wide range of translation methods, including choices made by Geoffrey Brock in translating Pavese's poetry.

Thompson, Doug, Cesare Pavese: A Study of the Major Novels and Poems, Cambridge University Press, 1982.

Thompson's work does not examine "Two Poems for T." but it does give serious consideration to the poet's style and influences.

Williamson, Alan, "Pavese's Late Love Poems," in American Poetry Review, Vol. 26, No. 5, September—October...

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