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"Dickinson’s ceaseless instinct for negation, distinction, refinement, annihilation, seems wholly relevant." Maurren McLane on Emily Dickinson • Boston Review
"Permanent exile is woven, if barely, with dangling threads of hope." Robert Milo Baldwin on Mahmoud Darwish • Rain Taxi
"Their giddiness in the face of despair, their animal pleasure in gossip, their false bravado, their frantic posturing and guilelessness and petty snobberies — and these were O'Hara's virtues — give us as much of a life as poetry can." William Logan • The New York Times
"What Lowell discovered, in the mid-1950s, was what all the great poets of his generation eventually had to confront: the limitations of poetic modernism." Adam Kirsch • The New York Sun

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