Wittgenstein's Trousers: Poems
|Author: ||Elton, W.R.|
With a foreword by ALFRED KAZIN, who remarks:
"...what makes these poems so exquisite is a fascination with language that goes to the heart of modern poetry...so much elegance, wit, and sheer sense of fun."
"admirable poems of urban experience." -- A. ALVAREZ
"elegant . . . authentic and at times astonishingly lyrical meditations." -- HAROLD BLOOM
"he can be simply powerful. In poem after poem he finds `the imaged word'." -- ANGUS FLETCHER
"poems tempered by the culture of late 20th century America in all its absurdities and aporias... tantalizing... a pleasure to read." -- MARJORIE PERLOFF