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July 21, 2010

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I could not agree more. So would Paul Goodman. (You know Woody Allen mentions him in Annie Hall?)

Hear, hear.
I don't remember the mention of Paul Goodman in "Annie Hall," but I'm not surprised that Woody would like him. Goodman is, among other things, a greatly undervalued poet, and it was a pleasure including his work in "The Oxford Book of American Poetry."

I agree with this quote, but Woody Allen creeps me out big time, like the quintessential dirty old man.

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