FIVE AMERICAN POETS; AN ANTHOLOGY
Robert Hass, John Matthias, James McMichael, John Peck, Robert Pinsky
with an introduction by Michael Schmidt
Carcanet Press, Manchester, 1979.
Paperback, fine condition (a few tears at the first few pages).
Size: 21,4 x 13,4 cm. Pp. XII, 160, 1l blank.
The copy is inscribed by Peck, to Serbian poet Ivan V. Lalic: ‘’For Ivan / from John and / the others / Peck. / Notre Dame / Sept. 1983 ‘’.
For condition see photos/scans.
John Peck ( born in Pittsburgh in 1941) is a poet. Peck won the Prix de Rome for his second poetry collection, The Broken Blockhouse Wall (1978), and then moved to Zurich, where he trained as an analyst at the C.G. Jung Institute. His honors include fellowships from the Guggenheim Foundation and the American Academy in Rome, an award from the American Academy and Institute of Arts and Letters, AGNI’s Anne Sexton Poetry Award, and the first annual Thomas McGrath Prize in poetry.
Ivan V. Lalic (1931 – 1996) was one of the most significant Serbian poets writing after World War II with a reputation as one of the finest European poets of his time. Also one of the leading poets of contemporary neosymbolism poetry in Serbia. He had also been writing essays and literary critics and versifying English and French poetry into Serbian language. Lalic edited few anthologies of poetry. He was sincerely appreciated among colleague poets of his time all over the world as it can be seen in many inscriptions wrote to him on books he received as sign of respect and appreciation.
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