Individual Author Record
Name: Paul FriedrichPen Name: None Genre: C:ADULT Non-Fiction Poetry Born: Sites:
Illinois ConnectionPaul Friedrich taught at the University of Chicago for many years.
Biographical and Professional InformationPaul Friedrich grew up and was educated in New England; has lived in Europe, India and Mexico; and has taught languages, literature, linguistics and anthropology at many universities. His poetic publications include four chapbooks (e.g., Bastard Moons and Handholds) and two books of poems and translations (old and new): From Root to Flower and Harmony in Babel: Selected Poems and Translations. Other publications include ''The Meaning of Aphrodite'', ''The Gita within Walden'', and ''Agrarian Revolt in a Mexican Village''. He has seven children and has commuted by car between Chicago and Lexington, Virginia for 19 years.
''Harmony in Babel'', virtual artists collective poetry, 2007''From Root to Flower'', virtual artists collective poetry, 2006''Music in Russian Poetry'', Peter Lang Publishing, 1998''a goldfinch instant: Concord to India Haikus'', virtual artists collective poetry, 2010''The Princes of Naranja: An Essay in Anthrohistorical Method'', University of Texas Press, 1987''The Language Parallax: Linguistic Relativism and Poetic Indeterminacy'', University of Texas Press, 1986''Proto-Indo-European Trees: The Arboreal System of a Prehistoric People'', University of Chicago Press, 1970''The Meaning of Aphrodite'', University of Chicago Press, 1982''Agrarian Revolt in a Mexican Village'', University of Chicago Press, 1977