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Marilyn Hacker Poems | Quotes | Articles

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Marilyn Hacker Biography...An American poet, critic, and reviewer.. American poet translator and critic

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Quote Left It's bad luck to drown a postman. Quote Right
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Quote Left Perhaps first and foremost is the challenge of taking what I find as a reader and making it into a poem that, primarily, has to be a plausible poem in English. Quote Right
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Quote Left As a teacher you are more or less obliged to pay the same amount of attention to everything. That can wear you down. Quote Right
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