Robert Deluty, Associate Dean, Publishes His 37th Book

Robert Deluty, associate dean of the graduate school, has published a new book of poetry, titled “Through Others’ Eyes.” In his review of the book, Dr. Ronald Pies states:

“If, as Marcel Proust wrote, the only true voyage of discovery is ‘to possess other eyes,’ then Robert Deluty envisions the world through the eyes of a multitude. This is best exemplified in his uncanny ability to enter into the world-view of the very young and the very old, as with ‘a fourth grader/ dreaming of statues sculpted/ in his honor’ and the ‘elderly chemist/ struggling to spell the word/ laboratory.’ As always, Deluty’s poetry does not judge–it appraises; his perceptions do not moralize–they empathize.”

Copies of “Through Others’ Eyes,” as well as of Deluty’s other books, are on sale at the UMBC Bookstore.

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