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Lisa Moore

Mark, thanks so much for this....I just read it in one breathless swoop. It explains why Finlay reminds me so much of Pope, and why his garden monuments look so 18th-century. A similar apprehension of beauty as cruelty. I'm also going to send your article to a student of mine writing a dissertation on the 18th-century literary fragment. I love the internet!

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