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Poetry from the tower, in prison

By Avi Steinberg
Globe Correspondent / January 22, 2006

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There are many reasons a prison inmate might want to attend my poetry class. As the evening librarian at the Suffolk County House of Correction in South Bay, I have gotten used to assuming nothing and being prepared for anything. (Full article: 975 words)

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