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Dabney Stuart is an American poet. He is the author of Tables (2009), Family preserve: poems (2005), and The man who loves Cézanne: poems (2003).
The post-World War I shattered visions of Pound and Eliot are perhaps fundamentally less different from the incoherencies of Kerouac and Corso, the randomly referential allegory of Ashbery, or the associative anarchy of Bly and Merwin than we have been taught.
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