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IMAGE x Poor faun, who must expire, Reflect me in your pupils. Take my memory to dance For my dark immortals. x Go, and tell those pensive dead For whom my pranks were a joy so rare, I dream of … Continue reading

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A Poem by Alain-Fournier – and a review!

Finally, a review   in the Manhattan Review of our versions of Alain-Fournier’s Poems FROM SUMMER TO SUMMER  xxxxxxxxx(To a young girl xxxxxxxxxxTo a House xxxxxxxxxxFrancis Jammes)  * Awaited so Through summers listless in each yard, Summers which pour down their … Continue reading

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