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By Scott Hightower

Average hassle keeps Scott Hightower's research all started in Tin Can vacationer . issues of inheritance expand via adjustments of panorama and undesirable climate to hungers, urgencies, inequities, and bereavements. Hightower additionally reminds us that the perform of writing is on the center of democracy: poetry seeks a starting place within the fact of the person, assured and restored throughout the integrity of language.

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