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Agreed. I wonder if anyone remembers Irving Stone, who used to write 
biographies of artists that always came out sounding like soap operas.

pat
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In a message dated 3/6/01 4:46:35 PM Eastern Standard Time, [log in to unmask] 
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"...says Lyndall Gordon, whose two-volume biography is widely accepted as the 
most authoritative version of the life of the American-born poet."  (quoting 
from The Sunday Times, as furnished by Pat in her recent e-mail)

Gordon's biography reminds me of the NY Times:  All the news that is fit to 
print according to the NY Times.

Eugene Schlnger 







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<BR>Gordon's biography reminds me of the NY Times: &nbsp;All the news that is fit to 
<BR>print according to the NY Times.
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<BR>Eugene Schlnger 
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