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Where Have You Been: Selected Essays, Michael Hofmann 2014. I had never heard of Hofmann before reading one of those fantastic, unpredictable, but always interesting interviews with authors that run monthly in The Paris Review.T he savagery with which Michael Hofmann can wield a hatchet has earned him unlikely fans outside the literary circuit. A recent issue of Viz ran a cartoon of the critic, poet and translator.Michael Hofmann was born in Germany and moved to England in 1961. Educated at Oxford and Cambridge, he has worked as a freelance writer, translator, and critic since 1983. His most recent poetry collection One Lark, One Horse was released in 2018. Nights in the Iron Hotel, his first book of poems, appeared in 1984.
The poet and translator Michael Hofmann proves definitively that there is. Hofmann was born in Germany in 1957, was reared in Bristol and Edinburgh and has been teaching at the University of.
Michael Hofmann’s most recent book of translations is Gottfried Benn’s Impromptus: Selected Poems and Some Prose (FSG, 2013). I love Benn’s dark wit, and find a kind of courage in his pessimism, as in the ending lines of “No Tears”: please no tears no one say: oh I was so lonesome.
Candida Clark finds that Michael Hofmann's criticism is made richer by his poetic turns of phrase in his collection of poetry and essays, Behind the Lines Candida Clark Sat 25 Aug 2001 19.04 EDT.
Michael Hofmann is a German poet and translator. He has published four collections of poetry, as well as numerous translations. The recipient of a Cholmondeley Award and the Geoffrey Faber Memorial Prize for poetry, Michael Hofmann currently lives in England.
New York. Farrar, Straus and Giroux. 2019. 87 pages. One Lark, One Horse takes its title from an anecdote that poet Michael Hofmann supplies in the front matter of the book. Not to steal the punch line, but the story is a joke, and it illuminates the poems in this collection.
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Michael Hofmann is a poet. He has translated the works of many writers, including Brecht.
Where Have You Been? (Hardcover) Selected Essays. By Michael Hofmann. Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 9780374259969, 304pp. Publication Date: December 2, 2014.
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Michael Hofmann’s Selected Poems came out in 2008, his translations from Gottfried Benn, Impromptus, in 2013, and his volume of essays, Where Have You Been? in 2014, all from Farrar, Straus and Giroux. He teaches at the University of Florida.
By William Harris. Michael Hofmann, Where Have You Been?Selected Essays, Farrar, Straus and Giroux (December, 2014). I came to Michael Hofmann through two recent essays in the London Review of Books.The essays are enough of a kind to have made me think, after only reading two examples of his work, that they were characteristic; that I was amid not only a trademark style but sensibility.
Torch Song in Vienna. Michael Hofmann. October 24, 2013 Issue. The Kraus Project: Essays by Karl Kraus. translated from the German and annotated by Jonathan Franzen, with assistance and additional notes from Paul Reitter and Daniel Kehlmann. Farrar, Straus and Giroux.
Photo courtesy of Barbara Hoffmeister. It’s a little strange to encounter Michael Hofmann in Gainesville. He has taught creative writing for over twenty years at the University of Florida, whose sprawling campus is dominated on its northern edge by a football stadium, the Swamp, where orange-and-blue Gators chomp their unlucky opponents.
Michael Hofmann is the author of six books of poetry: Nights in the Iron Hotel (1983), Acrimony (1986), K.S. in Lakeland: New and Selected Poems (1990), Corona, Corona (1993), Approximately.