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"Anyhow, you can’t only stick to greats — it’s not good for the health. Fearing is an antidote, in small doses. He’s a reminder of the diversity of the art, as a writer of very good poems of a kind you forgot, or never knew, were possible, because here we are in 2013, 
not 1935. In 1935, lots and lots of people were desperate, war loomed, unemployment was high, jobs were scarce, the rich were savagely 
rich, and — wait a minute." Daisy Fried Poetry

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