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Liam Rector • 10 Items / 1 Book, 3 Reviews, 6 Poems
The Sorrow of Architecture (1984)
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    Recombinative Poetry (16 Reviews)
    The Wounded Alphabet, by George Hitchcock
    1. The Wounded Alphabet by George Hitchcock
    2. The Milky Way by Jon Anderson
    3. Original Light by Albert Goldbarth
    4. People Live Here by Louis Simpson
    5. The Best Hour of the Night by Louis Aston Marantz Simpson
    6. The Sacrifice by Frank Bidart
    7. Tar by C.K. Williams
    8. Summer Celestial by Stanley Plumly
    9. The Animals by Richard Grossman
    10. Museum by Rita Dove
    11. Corpse and Mirror by John Yau
    12. The Greater Leisures by Jane Miller
    13. The Sorrow of Architecture by Liam Rector
    14. The Wheel by Wendell Berry
    15. Continuing Conclusions by Richmond Lattimore
    16. Poems and Stories by Richard Blessing
    The Hudson Review, Spring 1984, pp. 115-131
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    Synecdoche (17 Reviews)
    Brief Poetry Notices
    1. Ordinances by Naomi Lazard
    2. The House Party by Caroline Knox
    3. Notes from a Child of Paradise by Alfred Corn
    4. The Sorrow of Architecture by Liam Rector
    5. The Faces of Americans in 1853 by Wesley McNair
    6. The White Wave by Kate Daniels
    7. Madonna Who Shifts for Herself by Lyn Lifshin
    8. The White House by Robert Gibb
    9. The Evolution of the Flightless Bird by Richard Kenney
    10. Black Dog, Red Dog by Stephen Dobyns
    11. The Weird Kid by Mark Vinz
    12. Not Dancing by Stephen Dunn
    13. Hours by Frances Mayes
    14. Summer Celestial by Stanley Plumly
    15. Slow Transparency by Rachel Hadas
    16. Reckless Wedding by Maria Flook
    17. A Wave by John Ashbery
    The North American Review (New), Spring 1985, p. 64