Memory’s Landscape

The poet Charles Wright is obsessed with his own past and the nature of time.

By TROY JOLLIMORE TROY JOLLIMORE’S most recent book of poetry, “Syllabus of Errors,” was published in 2015.

“HOW SOON WE COME to road’s end,” Charles Wright begins his poem “Apologia Pro Vita Sua.” Like any career retrospective, Wright’s “Oblivion Banjo” may feel like the end of a road — not in a gloomy sense, but in a sense of fulfillment, a destination...

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