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Dan Chiasson: Carl Phillips's “Silverchest.'

April 8, 2013

I have a candidate for the author of the most interesting contemporary English sentences, and he is not primarily a prose writer: the American poet Carl Phillips, who has published fourteen books in the past twenty years. Poets work primarily in lines, and often dream of writing perfect ones; this . . . (Subscription required.)

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