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"Alexander has reminded us of what Angelou's, Williams's, and even Robert Frost's inauguration poems already proved: that the poet's place is not on the platform but in the crowd." Adam Kirsch • The Plank/TNR
"And you thought writing a toast for your friend's wedding was stressful." Obama's poet, by Meghan Daum • Los Angeles Times
"It's a further episode in Bishop's increasingly sweeping posthumous triumph over her more obvious, more ambitious, more square-toed friend." Michael Hofmann on the letters of Lowell and Bishop • Poetry

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