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February 23, 2013

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Great little write up Anna; I have a long list as well. Was the Ginsberg anthology I got you in 2000 a replacement for this other one?

It must have been! What a sweet second chapter (stanza? canto?).

Would love to hear tales about your lost books...

How do you remember who the translators were?

In some cases, because I was very aware of the translator (I chose their particular version of it, and/or was attuned to their translation choices), and in others, like "Nadja," I looked it up based on the cover I remember having.

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