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Michael Anania

Michael Anania's most recent books are In Natural Light and Heat Lines. He is Professor Emeritus at UIC and a member of the Faculty in Writing at Northwestern. He lives in Austin, Texas and on Lake Michigan

Michael Anania's work featured in PN Review comprises one article. Also available is one review of Michael Anania's work.
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Subscribers only Reviewed by Andrew Waterman in PN Review 18 (1981) on Stanley Kunitz and Michael Anania
Subscribers only Article in PN Review 193 (2010) On Stephen Burt’s ‘Hypoteneuse’
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