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"‘You’d Better Think Twice’ is more than all right in its darkening of Dylan’s break-up classic ‘Don’t Think Twice, It’s All Right’ and in the pregnant positioning of the rhyme word ‘If’ on a line of its own; or the references in separate songs to Eliot’s and Stalin’s anti-Semitism, the tasteless hyperbole wryly nodding to the ethnicity of such beloved influences as Dylan, Cohen, Irving Berlin, the Gershwins and Paul Simon. Muldoon has, rightly, thought more than twice about what he is doing." Adam Crothers PN Review

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