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F.D. Reeve

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F. D. Reeve graduated from Princeton University (1950) and Columbia University (1958) and in 1961 was one of the first exchangees between the American Council of Learned Societies and the USSR Academy of Sciences. In 1962 he accompanied Robert Frost to Russia for his meeting with Nikita Khrushchev and served as Frost’s translator. After teaching at Columbia, Reeve moved to Wesleyan University, where he taught English and Russian literature for forty years. He is the founding editor of “Poetry Review.” Reeve has published approximately three dozen books of fiction, translations and poetry. His honors include the New England Poetry Society’s Golden Rose award and an award in literature from the American Academy National Institute of Arts and Letters.