Unlike many modern poets, Richard Wilbur writes in rhyme. At 90 years of age, the former U.S. poet laureate still enjoys putting words and sounds together in a rhythmic fashion. Besides being an accomplished poet, Wilbur is also a formidable literary translator. Starting July 31, 2011, The Misanthrope—his acclaimed translation of Molière's masterpiece—will be featured at Canada's eminent Stratford Festival. Read more at The last of the rhyming poets (www) .