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"As atrocities were committed on a scale unprecedented in human history, poets became desperately aware of the dangers of rhetoric and abstraction." Seamus Heaney on the Japanese effect • The Guardian
"Nobody knows the utmost difficulty until he has to write blurbs for poetry." Eliot's prose, by James Fenton • The Guardian
"Poets learn a lot from their own most famous poems; chiefly, what not to do again." Dan Chiasson on Robert Hass and Mark Strand • The New Yorker

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