Tuesday, December 25, 2007

Celery, Senility, Family Wisdom, Church, Ants & Fleas

Ogden Nash's topics were atypical for poetry.

A you can read in the last line of Senility and Family Court, he did not hesitate to express an occasional hard edge. An editor, especially of a major publication like the New Yorker, needed to brutally honest with writers and himself.

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