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  • Author:
    Robert Pack,Jay Parini
  • ISBN:
    0874519659
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    978-0874519655
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    Middlebury (April 1, 2002)
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    240 pages
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    Poetry
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Jay Parini (born April 2, 1948) is an American writer and academic. He is known for novels, poetry, biography, screenplays and criticism.

Jay Parini (born April 2, 1948) is an American writer and academic. Having published novels about Leo Tolstoy, Walter Benjamin, and Herman Melville, Jay Parini is regarded as one of the leading innovators in the genre of biographical fiction. While Parini’s contributions to American letters are many and varied, as he is a first-rate poet, a well-respected critic, and a masterful novelist," writes Michael Lackey. Passage to Liberty: The Story of Italian Immigration and the Rebirth of America (2002) with A. Kenneth Ciongoli.

Jay Parini was raised in Scranton, Pennsylvania. He attended Lafayette College and the University of St. Andrews in Scotland, from which he received a P. He has taught at Dartmouth College, Oxford University, and Middlebury College, where he is currently Axinn Professor of English. Parini is a poet and novelist as well as a biographer

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Robert Pack, Jay Parini. This collection of 178 recent poems about New England is a testament to the region's enduring power as a source of inspiration for poets. Its refreshing mixture of well-known writers long associated with the region and vibrant new voices, transforms the elements of regionality in refreshing new ways with appealing stories and reminiscences.

Conversations With Jay Parini (2014) features a range of interviews with Parini conducted over the course of his .

Conversations With Jay Parini (2014) features a range of interviews with Parini conducted over the course of his career. Parini is the recipient of fellowships from the Guggenheim Foundation, Christ Church College at Oxford University, and the Institute for Advanced Studies at the University of London. He teaches at Middlebury College and lives in Weybridge, Vermont. The lake house in autumn. See All Poems by Jay Parini.

Robert Pack (born May 19, 1929) is an American poet, literary critic, and academic. Pack is the author of 22 books of poetry and criticism. Pack was born in New York City. from Dartmouth College in 1951 and an . from Columbia University in 1953. Pack was awarded a Fulbright Fellowship to Italy to translate poetry in 1957. Upon his return, he began teaching at Barnard College.

Books That Changed America with Jay Parini - Dinner in the Library. First Wednesday: Jay Parini on Robert Frost. Promised Land: The Books that Shaped America, presented by Jay Parini. Gore Vidal: On Writing. American Writers: The Fragility of Fame.

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Experience New England's landscape and seasons, its cities and towns, its history and people, with 58 poets as your guide. (ce fishing, Robert Frost and the Boston Red Sox's reliable losing streaks are among the subjects taken up in Contemporary Poetry of New England. . . Pastoral landscapes abound, Emerson and Dickinson are regularly apostrophized and there are many, many snowstorms.--Publishers Weekly)