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The balcony tree (1992)

by Christopher Middleton

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Like the sciences in Prigogine's view, Middleton's poetry is always 'open to the unexpected'. His poetry has a genuinely improvised quality that does not give the impression of being a method, as it does in the case of many of the L*A*N*G*U*A*G*E poets, for instance; and his 'experiments' are invariably interesting to read - that is to say, they are more than 'experiments'.
added by peterbrown | editPN Review 91, Vol.19 No.5, T J G Harris (pay site) (May 1, 1993)
 
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Famed for his translations of Nietzsche, Goethe, and Hlderlin, variously mislabeled modernist, post-Surrealist, even an involuntary Marxist, Christopher Middleton has been hailed by John Lucas as "easily the most intelligent and serious of our English innovators, a poet with a disconcerting knack of making new in almost every poem.

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