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Real estate threatens artists in downtown Manhattan. Fielding Dawson dies. Bush and madmen blundering everywhere. Hettie is denied entry into Bedford Hills Prison, escorted by security out to parking lot, letter comes: “Your ID will be destroyed . . .” Paranoia everywhere, even Gloucester: a “suspicious package” is found to contain two live lobsters. Real estate agent visits Hettie, she gives him memoir, building is on literary walking tour. John Wieners dies; Hettie thinks of Fee and John drunk on way to heaven. Fee’s widow, Susan Maldovan, is evicted from loft Fee lived in thirty-eight years, she twenty-five. Hettie worries...

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