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Clarence Major: Whitman and the Roads That Lead Into Each Others’ Lives

Clarence Major (b. 1936) was born in Atlanta, but grew up on the South Side where, he says, “…the writerly disposition that was then evolving was shaped by my life in Chicago.”  His wide-ranging styles—often praised for their mixtures of … Continue reading

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