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- Richard Foerster was a German classical scholar.
- Richard Foerster is an award-winning American poet and the author of six collections.
- born on (65 years ago) in The Bronx
- nationality: United States of America
- written works: "Scriptores Physiognomonici, vol. I", "The hours", "Burning of Troy", "Sudden harbor", "A study guide to The call of the wild", "Trillium", "Patterns of descent", "Double going"
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Fourth Edition by Stephen Cushman, Clare Cavanagh, Jahan Ramazani, Paul Rouzer
versions of the curtal sonnet (Chad Davidson, Leon Stokesbury, Richard Foerster) and may have led the way for other “contracted” sonnet experiments—the “truly emaciated sonnet” ( Anthony Hecht on Arthur Rimbaud's “Drunk Driver”), the short-line CURTAL SONNET 327.
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