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August 16, 2013

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More is always Better in the Meaning of The Purity of Truth, i.e., "The Writer"!!!

I haven't read most of his work but have found some of his poems and stories to be really great. Also, his final novel, "Pulp," which appeared at almost the same moment as his death, is a witty and poignant final statement.

I agree with Mitch S in as much as I haven't read most of his work but like some of the poems read between tokes on top of Mount Pernicious are great such as the ones quoted, and his novels which I have read two of them at least are better than realistic and also definitely as witty and poignant as death, with thanks for the simile (smile).

Mount Pernicious is very nice, Al. Thanks.

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