John Hollander is the Sterling Professor of English at Yale. His most recent collection of poetry is A Draft of Light (Knopf, 2008).
What he saw and how eloquently he spoke of what he saw in art, in literature, in modern history helped me to see in his work the dynamic and dialectical structures which gave the paintings their unprecedented kind of unity.
How can a punishment fit a crime?
Whats not ill-suited to a wrong?