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In ruggedly lyric segments joined in quasi-narrative style, Irish poet Muldoon--now teaching at Princeton--vigorously reinvests America's frontier wilderness with British and Celtic shenanigans. The Tudor myth informing this invigorating invention is that of Madoc, a Welsh, hotheaded adventurer prince said to have discovered America in the 12th century and begotten the "Welch Indians.
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Under such dignified rubrics the main characters, poets Coleridge and Southey himself author of a Madoc , a romantic verse epic , cavort with feathered Indians. The actual emigration scheme of both poets to create a commune or "Pantisocracy" in America failed to materialize. Included are passages from explorers Lewis and Clark, to avoid ambiguity painter and ethnographer George Catlin and poet Byron.
The brief introductory "Part I," in a contemporary mode, includes images of containers bobbing in the water--a bathyscope, tea chests, a briefcase. The valise and "portmanteau" images resurface often to suggest current poetic forms as envelopes of the past. Six hundred years later, English Romantic poets Coleridge and Robert Southey poet laureate and author of the epic Madoc were planning a utopian community on the banks of America's Susquehanna.
The short sections of verse slip deftly in and out of rhyme. The story, spun from a retinagraph of the right eyeball of an unreliable narrator named South, is, in the poet's words, "at once impenetrable and clear.