The Monster Loves His Labyrinth

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"Simic's is a unique and necessary voice in American poetry, one that concisely articulates a profound aversion to simplistic answers and bland comforts."-Booklist "A master of the absurd and the unexpected, Simic ( Unending Blues ) presents a collection of prose poems that will not fail to amuse and delight."-Publishers Weekly "Simic's work, mingling Rimbaud and Socrates, startles us into meditation."-Library Journal

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The Monster Loves His Labyrinth offers a fascinating glimpse into the mind of the poet. Passionate, witty, tender, and curious, these notebook entries range from casual jottings to profound observations. Their subject is the vast array of ways in which we human beings try to make sense of our world.

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