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Not a Separate Surge

New and Selected Poems 1984-2015

Richard Fein

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  • Paperback: 256 pages
  • Dimensions: 6.00" x 9.00"
  • ISBN: 978-1-938144-40-0
  • Publication Date: 2016-06-25
  • BrickHouse Books, Inc.

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Not a Separate Surge

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Not a Separate Surge, New and Selected Poems 1984-2015, comprises work from Kafka's Ear, At the Turkish Bath, To Move Into the House, Ice Like Morsels, I Think of Our Lives, Mother Tongue, Reversion, B'Klyn, My Hands Remember, and a very lively group of new poems.  The range of the book proves that Fein’s art, craft, passions, and world view have subtly grown ever more powerful over the years.

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"Richard Fein has created the song of himself and of his Brooklyn-Jewish world. . . . In its sheer descriptive capacities, his verse is as open to radiant marvels and erotic candor as it is aware of the abrupt horrors of brute historical reality." —George Kalogeris

Richard Fein

Richard J. Fein has published eight books of poetry, two books of translations of Yiddish poetry, a memoir of Yiddish, a critical study, and a book of personal essays.  For many years he taught English and American literature at SUNY, New Paltz; he now lives in Cambridge, MA.

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