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"Against those seemingly innovative writers who attempt to razor the traditional, subjective 'I' from their poems because they suspect it of being an illusory construct, [Robert] Duncan stands as a reminder of the primal, even anarchic, power of the lyric self. But his poems are not mere containers for expression either." Peter Campion • Poetry

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