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"Yeats, in 'The Fisherman,' thought a poem should be 'cold/And passionate as the dawn'—that it should embody, along with the rising passion of inception, the cold inquisition of detached self-critique. It is not a goal easily attained, and it is never attained by most of the poets of any century, in any country, of any race." Helen Vendler • NYRB

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