Edward Snow

Edward Snow

Edward A. Snow is an American poet and translator.

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Edward Snow - Reviews
... like a ringing glass in Uncollected Poems, translated by Edward Snow, who over the years has given readers without German award-winning versions of The Book of Images (1905) and New Poems (1907-1908) ... Snow is, with Stephen Mitchell and David Young, among the most trustworthy and exhilarating of Rilke's contemporary translators ...

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