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Page 81 - ... furious with the hayseed Southerner for being taken in by the big city slickers of the East Village, because I wrote an introduction for an anthology — rather a bad one, too — which featured some of their work.95 The truth of the matter is that I dislike the work of these people very much indeed, and, if I had it to do over again, I would not have done the introduction. The editor sent me the book, and I told him I didn't like the poetry in it, or at least most of it. He then asked me to...
Page 262 - I have been in the hospital for almost 2 months now, and don't know what I would have done if it hadn't been for this concern, and Gertrude Wright.