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philip terry is the translator of Raymond Queneau’s last book of poems, Elementary Morality, and the author of the poetry collections Shakespeare’s Sonnets and Dante’s Inferno, which was one of the Independent’s best poetry books of 2014. His most recent work is a translation of Georges Perec’s I Remember. He lives in Essex.
Philip Terry's work featured in PN Review comprises one report, three contributions of poetry, five articles, and six reviews, over a period of 35 years. Also available is one translation by Philip Terry.
Review in PN Review 60 (1988) on Muriel Spark
Review in PN Review 65 (1989) on Marguerite Duras
Article in PN Review 93 (1993) Aesopocrypha
Article in PN Review 156 (2004) A Brief Anthology of Jazz
Reviewed by in PN Review 163 (2005)Short Notes
Review in PN Review 164 (2005) on the Ahadada Reader 1
Review in PN Review 196 (2010) on The Art of the Sonnet
Poetry Collection in PN Review 212 (2013) Dante's Inferno, Canto XXXIII
Review in PN Review 218 (2014) on Deborah Parker and Mark Parker’s Inferno Revealed
Poetry Collection in PN Review 224 (2015) From Du Bellay: The Regrets
Article in PN Review 236 (2017) Discovering Raworth
Article in PN Review 239 (2018) Not Meeting J.A.
Poetry Collection in PN Review 252 (2020) 50 Chicagos for Paul Fournel
Article in PN Review 259 (2021) Introduction
Translation of a Poetry Collection by in PN Review 259 (2021)From 14 × 14
Report in PN Review 264 (2022) from What Is Poetry?