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Louis, it's strange indeed that Berryman doesn't have a "Collected Poems".

Or even a "Selected Poems" as far as I know. I think John Updike of all people edited an small edition of his works in a series that some publisher put out a couple of years ago.

Berryman does and has had both a 'collected poems' and a 'selected poems' (the latter through library of America). However, the former excludes any of the dream songs, while the latter includes some.

With love,

I don’t believe in miracles. I don’t believe that he would appear in a place. They are not allowed to this because it is a very big and important mater to be discussed.

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