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Passing Over by Norman Finkelstein
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Passing Over

by Norman Finkelstein

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Poetry. Born in New York City, Finkelstein is a poet and literary critic. His Previous books include Restless Messengers, and the three-volume serial poem TRACK: TRACK. He has written extensively about modern and postmodern poetry, and about Jewish Literature. "After the Track Trilogy, one of the most brilliant and audacious works in recent American literature, what a pleasure to discover these earlier poems by Norman Finkelstein. Lyrical, probing, and always finely wrought, there is a tenderness in this book that can break your heart"--Paul Auster.… (more)

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