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November 30, 2011


Maureen E. Doallas

Wonderful reading by Kunitz!

Jeanne Damoff

Lovely! I enjoyed the peek into your literary youth, and what a treat to hear Kunitz's testimony of this poem's power and influence in his life, then to hear him read it with so much feeling, a portrait of inspiration incarnating to inspire. Wonderful. Truly. Thanks so much, Glynn.


Thank you for sharing. I, too, was introduced to GMH in an undergraduate British Lit class with a professor named Dr. True. The Windhover remains electrifying to read.

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