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May 25, 2021

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A fascinating thesis on the "NY School diaspora." Do the poets acknowledge the inbfluence of such poets as Ashbery, Koch and O'Hara?

Very often, they do!

The goat is a symbol of 2 things that come to mind - Bock beer (first), and Satan (a not-distant-enough second).

"If someone knows that they can get your goat, they will almost certainly stake it out to pasture."

- An old goat-milker

Yes, thank you, Randy Capra.

Also, there's the scapegoat.

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