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Two Poems from The Course, by Charles Bernstein and Ted Greenwald

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Poet, essayist, theorist, and scholar Charles Bernstein is the author of many books, including Near/Miss, Recalculating, All the Whiskey in Heaven: Selected Poems, and Attack of the Difficult Poems. He is the 2019 winner of Bollingen Prize from Yale University, the premiere American award for lifetime achievement.

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Ted Greenwald authored more than 25 books of poetry, including Lapstrake; Blink; The Life; You Bet!; Common Sense; Word of Mouth; Looks Like I’m Walking; You Go Through; Something, She’s Dead; The Up and Up; and The Age of Reasons. Greenwald lived in New York City until his death in 2016.

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