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"[Jack] Gilbert also employs a diverse range of techniques that distance the perceived 'I' of the poet from the heat of his materials, as if Gilbert were some forge-master in one of the great factories from the Pittsburgh of his youth who, drawn to the most fiery and luminous piece of ore, must use cold metal tongs in order to lift that brightness as close as possible to the eye." Jeremy Bass • LARB

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