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good, but his ideas were not as useful asnhis actions. He thought of poetry as if itnwere a kind of medicine. Cheerfully,nstoutheartedly, doing measurable goodnas he went, MacLeish kept pounding outna mission that flourished and shouldnBenign NeglectnDon DeLillo: The Names; Alfred A.nKnopf; New York.nby Joseph SchwartznJ-iike . . .

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