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McGrath’s poem, ‘Zeugma’ [US]:
Campbell McGrath (born, 1962) has won several prizes including the MacArthur “genius” award, but one should not hold the prizes against him. He is rare among recipients of poetry awards, in that he deserves the prizes. His poems are intense, and packed with specificity. “Zeugma” is an ingenious poem. I have selected it to review because it was the most difficult to decipher and resisted attempts to decode it, and because it yielded unexpected surprises with each attempt.
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