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Translator, The Rebel’s Silhouette: Selected Poems, by Faiz Ahmed Faiz. Salt Lake City, Peregrine Smith, 1992. * —Aruna Srivastava ALI, Agha Shahid Nationality: Indian (Kashmiri). Born: New Delhi, 4 February 1949. Grew up in Kashmir. A. A. A. D. A. 1985. Career: Lecturer in English, University of Delhi, 1970–75; instructor, Pennsylvania State University, 1976–83; graduate assistant, University of Arizona, 1983–85; communications editor, JNC Companies, Tucson, 1985–87; assistant professor of English and creative writing, Hamilton College, Clinton, New York, 1987–93.
Second Nature. Aberdeen, Aberdeen University Press, 1990. Brain Scans. Edinburgh, Scottish Cultural Press, 1998. Journal of Patrick Napier. d. CONTEMPORARY POETS, 7th EDITION AITCHISON for inspection. In ‘‘Island in the Lake’’ the speaker has arrived at the lake with difﬁculty, and Aitchison writes, Other The Golden Harvester—The Vision of Edwin Muir. Aberdeen, Aberdeen University Press, 1988. Guide to Written English. London, Cassell, 1994. The Cassell Dictionary of English Grammar. London, Cassell, 1996.
Beginning with his ﬁrst collection, the circumstances James Aitchison depicts in his poems, which generally involve common events and frequently the family, reveal more than they initially promise. ’’ The child is already out of his control and the impotence of his love hinted at, but nothing untoward happens: The record ends and slowly the thing comes round again and all the beasts are still. He grips the chipped ear and slides down down from the beast and roundabout to the soft turf. The wooden horses have become ‘‘beasts’’ and the merry-go-round a ‘‘thing,’’ suggesting anonymous, threatening powers and a father possessed by anxiety.