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Breslin, Paul, "Three Poets," in New York Times Book Review, November 2, 1980, p. 12.

Dunn, Douglass, "Review of Caviare at the Funeral," in Times Literary Supplement, June 5, 1981, p. 645.

Ellman, Richard, and Robert O'Clair, eds., The Norton Anthology Of Modern Poetry, 2d edition, Norton, 1983.

Gray, Yohma, "The Poetry of Louis Simpson," in Poet in Progress,    Northwestern   University    Press,    1967,    pp.227-243.

Horowitz, David A., Peter N. Carroll, and David D. Lee, eds., On the Edge: A New History of Twentieth-Century America, West Publishing Co., 1990.

Howard, Richard, "Alone withAmerica," in Atheneum, 1961, pp. 451^70.

Hungerford, Edward, ed., Poets in Progress: Critical Prefaces to Thirteen Modern American Poets, Northwestern University Press, 1967.

Jarman, Mark, "On Either Side of the Water," inHudson Review, 1996, pp. 513-520.

Klinkowitz, Jerome, The American 1960s: Imaginative Acts in a Decade of Change, Iowa State University Press, 1980.

Lazer, Hank, ed...

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