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Mark Strand

(b. 1934)


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(1934–),

Canadian-born poet, educated in the U.S., has taught at various universities. His poems of alienation, treating darkness and doubleness in man, are minimalist in style and affected by surrealism. His lyrics appear in Sleeping with One Eye Open (1964), Reasons for Moving (1968), Darker (1970), The Story of Our Lives (1973),Another Republic (1976), The Monument (1978), The Late Hour (1978), Selected Poems (1980), and The Planet of Lost Things (1981).

Subjects: Literature.


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