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Mark Rudman writes an excellent review of Anne Carson which goes, I think correctly, well beyond the first impression of miscellany that collection gave me. I will wait patiently for the paperback, or for my birthday (October 2!). And now I'd like to share with you this plea from the editors of New American Writing:
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