Synopses & Reviews
Collected Poems 1935-1992 contains the life work of the great English outsider poet F. T. Prince. Often working in forms that are deceptively traditional, Prince has a special genius for the lost and often unseen details of experience. His presence has been felt by a succession of English and American poets who, despite their working in more open forms, often arrive at a terrain already occupied by him. Selected by Harold Bloom as part of his canon of world literature.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 305-313) and index.