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What to do with Capote, Frost, and Kissinger?

The Atlantic move leaves a dilemma

A 1960 galley proof of a poem written by Robert Frost.
By Michael Levenson
Globe Correspondent / December 31, 2005

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Truman Capote laments that the editors found it necessary to cut his story. The anthropologist Margaret Mead wonders what happened to the manuscript she sent from Bali. Robert Frost asks for someone to please insert a space between the words I and would in one of his poems. (Full article: 959 words)

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