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Robert Pinsky

The writer waxes poetic about his Inman Square neighborhood

Robert Pinsky Whether at his favorite deli or stopping by the small hardware store, Robert Pinsky feels right at home in Inman Square. "I love this neighborhood. I'm patriotic about it. It's pluralistic, heterogeneous. (Wiqan Ang for the Boston Globe)
By Kathleen Pierce
Globe Correspondent / October 10, 2008

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His creative writing class at Boston University ended an hour ago, and Robert Pinsky is hungry. The former United States poet laureate is in the mood for a "serious sandwich," which means a trip to the All Star Sandwich Bar in Inman Square, where he lives. (Full article: 797 words)

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