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Last day of the year - selected poems
Michael Krger
Paperback / softback
Sheep Meadow Press
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Michael Krger is a major figure in modern German poetry, one of its great editors and leading practitioners. In 1993 Carcanet published Diderot's Cat, Michael Krger's original Selected Poems, which drew on thirteen collections. This new edition, in German and English, incorporates portions of that book with selections from five later books, translated by Karen Leeder and Richard Dove. Introducing Diderot's Cat, Dove declared, 'If the recent German Zeitgeist could speak, it might sound a good deal like Michael Krger.' For his American editor and publisher the poet Stanley Moss he is 'a self-made oracle of various cultures. His poetry teaches us how to walk in the night'

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Michael Kruger was born in Saxony in 1943, grew up in Berlin, and has lived for more than forty years in Munich. A prose-writer, publisher (recently retired after forty five years as editor and publisher at Hanser Verlag), essayist and critic, and also the editor of the important German literary magazine Akzente, he is best known in his own country as a poet.

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New York (State)
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