Often dandyish on the page, <strong>Wallace Stevens</strong> could be vicious in person. He traded punches with Hemingway. He lost

Often dandyish on the page, Wallace Stevens could be vicious in person. He traded punches with Hemingway. He
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Often dandyish on the page, Wallace Stevens could be vicious in person. He traded punches with Hemingway. He lost

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