Hothouses Poems, 1889

Maurice Maeterlinck, Author, Richard Howard, Translator Princeton University Press $17.95 (128p) ISBN 978-0-691-08838-9
Long overdue for reconsideration is Hothouses: Poems 1889, the book of poems published in French by Belgian lawyer Maurice Maeterlinck (1862-1949), who later went on the win a Nobel Prize. The facing-page translations by Richard Howard are the first complete set in more than 100 years, accompanied by seven Georges Minne woodcuts that show ""those faraway nights/ so long dead to memory that their/ gradually focused return/ withers the green soul of hopes to come.""
Reviewed on: 03/10/2003
Release date: 03/01/2003
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