Having liberated himself with language, Michals published many books, but his crown jewel was Questions without Answers, his most philosophic book. He also published a children’s book. A book about Egypt for Denoel of Paris, a Walt Whitman salute plus one for Cavafy, and a story about his old Mckeesport birthplace, The House I once Called Home for Enitharmon Press, London.
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