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And the Time Is
Poems, 1958–2013

Samuel Hazo

Cloth $29.95    |    978-0-8156-1017-5    |    2014

ebook 978-0-8156-5216-8

Praise for Hazo’s Like a Man Gone Mad . . .
"This is poetry of maturity, of wisdom....A beautiful book—distilled from years and years of living and writing."—Adam Zagajewski, author of Without End

"Each of Hazo’s new poems is a spare, sparkling flow of good talk...readers will find this book utterly engaging."—Richard Wilbur, former US Poet Laureate and two-time Pulitzer Prize winner

  And the Time Is

  Samuel Hazo is the director of the International Poetry Forum in Pittsburgh, where he is also McAnulty Distinguished Professor of English Emeritus at Duquesne University. His books include Stills, This Part of the World, and The Time Remaining. Among his translations are Adonis’s The Pages of Day and Night and Nadia Tueni’s Lebanon: Poems of Love and War.

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