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January 25, 2012


Kimberlee Conway Ireton

Berry's book was sitting on my nightstand when I read your review here a couple weeks ago, and because of it, I went and read Spring and All before I read Berry. Thank you for the idea! I just started Berry's book tonight, but I'm sure I will appreciate his words more now that I've read a bit more Williams (beyond "The Red Wheelbarrow"). Also, the poem you quote here was one of my favorites in this volume =)

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