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Alfred Corn is a poet, novelist, and art critic. His poems appear regularly in The New Yorker, The Nation, and the New Republic. He has traveled widely and taught at many universities, including Columbia, UCLA, and Yale. He lives in New York.
"The Poem's Heartbeat... may well be the finest general book available on prosody." --Library Journal (starred review) "This book shatters stereotypes equating the study of prosody with poetry boot camp and instead introduces the fine art of versification. In clear bell tones...nuances of rhyme, rhythm, and meter are conveyed in precise, tactile language...By the book's end, Corn, magi-teacher and impeccable guide, has taught the novice to become artist and magician." --The Boston Review