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A major reissue in one volume of two early books by one of our finest living poets. In an essay on his career, Edward Hirsch describes They Feed They Lion as his most eloquent book of industrial Detroit . . . The magisterial title poem--with its fierce diction and driving rhythms--is Levine's hymn to communal rage, to acting in unison. Of The Names of the Lost: In these poems Levine explicitly links the people of his childhood whom 'no one remembers' with his doomed heroes from the Spanish Civil War.