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How My Father Made Landfall

“I’d always known my father’s papers contained a trove of letters from some of the big names in twentieth-century literature,” Sylvia Poggioli writes. “But it wasn’t until I finally began going through his papers one by one that I discovered the breadth and richness of his literary world, his passion and political engagement.”

Janet Malcolm (1934–2021)
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