M. G. Levine (review date January 1992)
SOURCE: A review of People on a Bridge, in Choice, Vol. 29, No. 5, January, 1992, p. 752.
[In the review below, Levine briefly compares People on a Bridge to the earlier Sounds, Feelings, Thoughts.]
Szymborska is a distinguished Polish poet, admired for her witty, often wry, coolly intellectual poems—poems that at the same time radiate warmth and, through their attention to the particular, often subvert the intellectual categories through which we view the world. Adam Czerniawski has...
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