By the age of 50, <strong>Basil Bunting</strong> had been a balloon operator, military interpreter, and spy. He'd survived assassination attempts and jail. Then he became a poet

By the age of 50, Basil Bunting had been a balloon operator, military interpreter, and spy. He&#39;d survived assassination attempts and jail. Then he became a
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By the age of 50, Basil Bunting had been a balloon operator, military interpreter, and spy. He'd survived assassination attempts and jail. Then he became a poet

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