Alone as Children Ever Are

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In one of his most moving poems, "The Woman at the Washington Zoo," Randall Jarrell (1914-1965) presents a woman of no particular accomplishment who—feeling her life drab and colorless—looks at the caged animals, "these beings trapped / As I am trapped but not, themselves, the trap." Given . . .

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