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"[Paul Legault] is, after all, the same writer who took Dickinson's poem 325 'There came a Day — at Summer’s full — / Entirely for me —' and wrote 'This one day I had sex all day. That day, words were as useful to me as clothes are to Jesus. Which is to say: useless.' Alexandra Socarides • LARB

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