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Michael Hulse

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Michael Hulse was born in Stoke-on-Trent in 1955 and studied at the University of St Andrews. Since 1977 he has taught at the Universities of Erlangen, Eichstätt and Cologne in West Germany, and has spent periods working as a freelance writer. His most recent translations include Prison Journal by Luise Rinser (Penguin 1988) and Paris Diaries by Ernst Jünger. He has also published several collections of poems: Monochrome Blood, Dole Queue, Knowing and Forgetting, Propaganda, and has won numerous awards.

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