|What They're Saying...||
"This [is] a rich, sympathetic, and engrossing book. It shows [Campbell] as a poet of beauty and resonance, and an oddly vulnerable man who lived sometimes badly but usually with gusto and always from the heart."
"Significantly, a subtitle of this fascinating biography is Friends and Enemies, and Campbell clearly had a genius for making both. . . . Joseph Pearce, while deploring Campbell's sometimes self-defeating intemperance . . . presents him as a gentle, enthusiastic, life-loving, private man."
"[A] definitive biography for those seeking acquaintance with a neglected poet and incisive observer of a turbulent era."
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