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As longtime readers will know, I am extremely fond of the poetry of David Jones (see here, here, and here), so I was delighted to come across the latest post at Bebrowed?s Blog ("writing about writing (and reading)"), David Jones? ?The Fatigue?; the blogger feels as strongly about the oblivion into which Jones has fallen as I do ("I cannot understand why a poet of Jones? talent and originality should be known more for his work as an artist than as one of the great modernist poets of the last century"), and I recommend her discussion of Jones and his work.
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