4 abr. 2006

Is William Logan the reactionary poetry critic the same guy as William Logan the translator of Lorca? Please help me with this; I need to know. I'm thinking they're not the same guy at all, and that the translator must be at least 10 to 20 years older than the critic.

4 comentarios:

Henry Gould dijo...

You may be confusing William Logan with John Logan.

Here's a good essay on Berryman by the "reactionary".

Henry Gould dijo...

sorry, here's the link:

http://www.newcriterion.com/archive/17/may99/logan.htm

Jordan dijo...

William Bryant Logan is a different dude. Wrote a book called Dirt; and if I'm not mistaken also wrote a few pieces for Teachers & Writers.

Jonathan dijo...

I do know who John Logan is. I rarely confuse him with William Logan. (I did once, though, a few years ago.) I'm glad to know William Bryant Logan who translated Lorca is a different guy. I just wanted to make sure.