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The Examined Life

Poetry's woebegone days

By Joshua Glenn
Globe Staff / April 11, 2004

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"NATIONAL POETRY MONTH. The spirit wilts a bit at the thought," laments Christian Wiman, editor of the venerable Poetry Magazine, in the journal's April issue. "If poetry were truly integrated into this culture, we wouldn't need a month to bray its importance." But integration at what price? Such is the question behind dueling reviews, published in the same issue, of ... (Full Article: 253 Words)

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