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Nathaniel Tarn, Ann Arbor, Michigan, May 2012

Nathaniel Tarn

A gift in fragments

From the May, 2012 issue

Ever since Plato kicked the poets out of his Republic, it's been said that the gulf between poetry and philosophy cannot be bridged. Luckily enough the people who actually practice these arts often don't listen. Perhaps one of the best living examples of the poet as thinker is Nathaniel Tarn, now into his 80s and still working. I think I first learned about Tarn

 
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