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Helene reveals that Massachusetts Common Health allows seniors limited assets, so having savings is impossible. Hettie asked to fill in for an ill teacher at Lang College, leading an intermediate poetry workshop. They write about Fenellosa, translator Ezra Pound; Helene sold her copy when broke. Lucia Berlin writes Helene about having to write for job five pages on her poetics. Hettie proposes a class in Poetic Techniques at SUNY Purchase. Helene confesses to being scattered. Hettie’s narrative concludes that Helene “came along too soon” for art classes. They discuss the word “cute” when Helene mistakes Hettie’s sarcasm for seriousness. Beginning...

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