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October 31, 2010

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What a wonderful writer you are, and how lucky for us to have had you this whole week.

Like you, I think, I associate those two Keats poems, "This Living Hand" and "La Belle Dame sans Merci" with fall -- not autumn, season of mists and mellow fruitfulness, but the more desolate fall. The knight at arms, alone and palely loitering, isn't he Keats himself, victim of a Halloween joke gone wrong?

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