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Michael Anania

Michael Anania's most recent books are In Natural Light and Heat Lines. He is Professor Emeritus at UIC and a member of the Faculty in Writing at Northwestern. He lives in Austin, Texas and on Lake Michigan

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Subscribers only Reviewed by Andrew Waterman in PN Review 18 (1981) on Stanley Kunitz and Michael Anania
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