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Greetings From Angelus review

The most recent addition to the complete review is my review of the bilingual collection of Gershom Scholem's poetry, Greetings From Angelus, coming from Archipelago Books. This is a revised edition of The Fullness of Time, which Ibis Editions brought out in 2003 (with a new Afterword by translator Richard Sieburth) -- but I assume you didn't get a copy of that one, so.....
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