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March 28, 2010

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this is so interesting. It must be wonderful to be left alone in Ashbery's attic. Thanks for sharing this here.

Thanks for this excellent post and the promise of more. Enjoyed the presentation of JA's HS French textbook, and am particularly glad you mentioned Robert Harbison's "Eccentric Spaces," a superb book. Bob and I were fellows at Cornell's Society for the Humanities in 1980-81 and when JA came up to Ithaca to give a reading, I remember his delight at meeting the author of "Eccentric Spaces."

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