- Author:Alastair Reid
- Publisher:North Point Press; First Edition edition (1987)
- Pages:205 pages
- Subcategory:Specialty Travel
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Alastair Reid (born 22 March 1926) is a Scottish poet and academic. He has been called "one of Scotland's foremost literary figures, admired as a craftsman in poetry, prose and translation. Reid was born in Wigtown, Galloway, Scotland. He has lived in Spain, Switzerland, and France, throughout Latin America, and in the United States, where he was employed by The New Yorker magazine.
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It is ironic that Reid should have been accused of invention, when that is what this book of essays so direly lacks; Reid's . So is coming to these essays after being familiar with Reid's diligent work as translator from the Spanish.
It is ironic that Reid should have been accused of invention, when that is what this book of essays so direly lacks; Reid's listing of his various domiciles over the years, from New York to Spain to London, is soporific. Why he imagines that this should be of public concern is another small, irritating puzzle in this unsatisfying volume. The essays that caused the uproar at The New Yorker, a mini lit-crit version of Watergate, are no better. They inform us that ""death is a reduction