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Roger Greenwald - May 4, 2010
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Publish-date-icon December 10, 2010
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Roger Greenwald often returns to Norway, which he didn't come from. He poses questions to his father, who is long since deceased. He remembers Clinton Street from years ago when many Chilean refugees arrived, fleeing their country's troubles and smiling on warm days. He champions Charles Douglas, a poet who keeps his day job and publishes sporadically. And he's written an entire poem in quotation marks. As any writer will tell you, punctuation matters.

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