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William Harmon

William Harmon (author page at Amazon) is the author of five volumes of poetry. He teaches at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. (1981) William Harmon’s tenth book, What Rhymes, is about the art of poetry. It will be published by the Columbia University Press in 1989. (1988)

AGNI has published the following work by William Harmon:

Anaphora
Being Helped
from A Cloud No Bigger than a Woman’s Hand: III.iv, III.v, IV. Holy Writ
Don’t Let Aphasia
E. E. & I
Environmental Issues
For the Present
from Occidental Domestication Comedies: The Lilies of the Field Know Which Side Their Bread Is Buttered On, The Chariot, The Elementary Inventions of the Species, Low Comic Requiem Mass for Loners and Exiles
He-Who-May-Say
Messages Left on Engineers’ Desks
A Nothing Generation
On Jackson’s Acts of Mind and Berg’s In Praise of What Persists
One Bagatelle for a Dead Friend
One Bagatelle for a Dead Friend
One Woman, Four Lights
Tahafut al-Falasifah
Two Artifacts, Two Metamorphoses: 1. Stéphane Mallarmé’s “Poe’s Stone”
Two Artifacts, Two Metamorphoses: 2. Rainer Maria Rilke’s “Likeness of My Father in His Youth”

 

AGNI has published the following translation by William Harmon:

Likeness of My Father in His Youth by Rainer Maria Rilke



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