Arts & Culture BooksRobert E. Hosmer, Jr.April 17, 2017
Robert Hosmer reviews "Kenneth Clark: Life, Art and Civilization" by James Stourton.
BooksRobert E. Hosmer, Jr.May 22, 2006
It may well be a curse rather than a blessing to be described as a religious or spiritual poet todaynot simply because in a secular or post-secular age such labels are anathema but because such designations may raise expectations of simple-minded pious jingles that are a far cry from the real thi
BooksRobert E. Hosmer, Jr.April 18, 2005
Derek Walcott published his first book of verse Twenty Five Poems at the age of 18 then went on to a career that has produced 20 books of poetry as well as several dozen plays and a dozen works of non-fiction Now we have The Prodigal an epic from this postcolonial nomad who has drifted among Eu
BooksRobert E. Hosmer, Jr.October 11, 2004
Czeslaw Milosz rsquo s last collection of poems is a thoroughly typical series of lyric exercises deepening and enriching the concerns that preoccupied him during his long career as a poet The 32 poems in Second Space dwell on the mysteries of the human predicament and the movement of history towa