A New Book from Rome
by Wieners, John
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A New Book from Rome is a transcription (with some facsimile pages) of the contents of a notebook, a journal kept during "a six-month period from July, 1969 to January, 1970, covering his stint in Central Islip State Mental Hospital on Long Island to the time around Charles Olson's death when he was back in Massachussetts living with his parents."
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