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"What does real independence look like? Possibly something like the work of Thom Gunn." David Orr • The New York Times
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"A kind of imaginative grace." Robert Anthony Siegel on Basho • LA Times
"Few poets can have put themselves forward quite so much as Umberto Saba." Peter Hainsworth • TLS
"Marianne Moore likes to keep everything shifting and vibrating. That the reader is never completely sure suits her purpose." Robert Pinsky • Slate

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