Two Poems by Randall Jarrell

Burt, Stephen
December 2002
New York Review of Books;12/19/2002, Vol. 49 Issue 20, p45
Discusses the poem 'Anacharsis Cloots' and an untitled one by Randall Jarrell. Concern with the visual arts; Biblical language; Rhymed stanzas; Information on the 18th-century Prussian aristocrat Anacharsis Cloots.


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