Jean Grosjean
translated from the French
by Keith Waldrop
64 pages, paper
ISBN # 0-945926-44-8

Jean Grosjean is former editor of the NRF Poetry Series and reader at Gallimard. He is author of ten works of fiction and eleven books of poetry, including his first title, Terre du Temps, published shortly after World War II, through the efforts of Andre Malraux. Elegies earned for Mr. Grosjean the Prix de Critiques in 1968. Mr. Grosjean, who was born in 1912, was a Catholic priest. He has undertaken translating from Hebrew and Greek, and wrote a book-length commentrary on the Gospel of John. A prisoner of War during the second World War, Jean Grosjean currently lives and continutes to write in Versailles, France.

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