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David Constantine has published half a dozen volumes of verse, the most recent being his Collected Poems (Bloodaxe). He is a translator of Holderlin, Goethe and Brecht, and an editor of Oxford Poets and of Modern Poetry in Translation.
David Constantine's work featured in PN Review comprises 21 contributions of poetry, two articles, and three reviews, over a period of 23 years. Also available are six reviews of David Constantine's work and one translation by David Constantine.