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About the Author
Robert Bringhurst: Robert Bringhurst is a poet, typographer, and lifelong student of Navajo, Haida, and Cree oral literatures. In the 1960s he studied linguistics under Noam Chomsky at MIT, and has since become one of Canada’s most respected poets and cultural historians. A professor and translator of Arabic and Greek, Bringhurst has been a Guggenheim Fellow in Poetry, writer-in-residence at the University of Edinburgh, and winner of the prestigious Edward Sapir Prize in Native American linguistics. He lives on Quadra Island, off the coast of British Columbia.