Reading with author Philip Lopate. A native of Brooklyn, Phillip Lopate received a BA from Columbia in 1964 and a doctorate from the Union Graduate School in 1979. He has written three personal essay collections, Bachelorhood (1981), Against Joie de Vivre (1989), and Portrait of My Body (1996); two novels, Confessions of Summer (1979) and The Rug Merchant (1987); a pair of novellas,
Two Marriages (2008); three poetry collections, The Eyes Don't Always Want to Stay Open (1972), The Daily Round (1976), and At the End of the Day (2010); a memoir of his teaching experiences, Being with Children (1975); a collection of his movie criticisms, Totally Tenderly Tragically (1998); an urbanist meditation, Waterfront: A Journey Around Manhattan (2004); a critical study, Notes on Sontag
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