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“Burial of the Dead: Rite Two,” in The Book of Common Prayer, Seabury Press, 1977, p. 501.

Clover, Joshua, “American Ink: Why Poetry? Why Now?” in the Village Voice, February 19-25, 2003, available online at http://www.villagevoice.com/news/0308, clover,41980,1.html.

Danto, Arthur C., “9/11 Art as a Gloss on Wittgenstein,” in artnet Magazine, September 9, 2005, available online at http://www.artnet.com/magazineus/features/danto/danto9-9-05.asp?p.

Goldscheider, Eric, “Meeting Takes on Challenge of Teaching Contemporary Poetry: 'It's Hard to Explain,' Writers Concede at Conference,” in the Boston Globe, August 22, 1999.

Hargis, Shrode, Review of Hum, in Harvard Review, Vol. 29, December 2005, pp. 232-35.

Lauterbach, Ann, “Hum,” in Hum, Penguin Books, 2005, pp. xiii, 76-78.

McCorkle, James, “Ann Lauterbach,” in Dictionary of Literary Biography, Vol. 193, American Poets since World War II, Sixth Series, edited by Joseph Conte, Gale Research, 1998, pp. 180-92.

Owen, Wilfred, “Dulce et Decorum Est,” in The Collected...

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