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Robert Archambeau is Professor of English at Lake Forest. His books include Word Play Place: Essays on the Poetry of John Matthias and a volume of poetry, Home and Variations, from Salt (2004).
Robert Archambeau's work featured in PN Review comprises three reviews, over a period of six years. Also available are two reviews of Robert Archambeau's work.
Review in PN Review 135 (2000) on John Matthias
Review in PN Review 158 (2004) on John Matthias
Review in PN Review 161 (2005) on Guillaume Apollinaire
Reviewed by in PN Review 165 (2005)on Robert Archambeau
Reviewed by in PN Review 196 (2010)on Five American Poets and Robert Archambeau's Laureates and Heretics