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Read Article Who Was Enheduanna? The World’s First Author, Explained
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Read Article 8+ Beautiful, Contemporary Novels Written in Verse That Make Poetry Accessible
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Read Article What is Blackout Poetry and How is It Made?
Read Article Let’s Talk About the Superior Wordsworth Sibling—Dorothy
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Read Article Exclusive: Walt Whitman’s Unpublished Same-Sex Love Poems Arrive in Stunning New Book <em>Live Oak, with Moss</em>
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Read Article Today’s Google Doodle Honors the Haunting Works of Jewish Poet Nelly Sachs
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Read Article Black History Month 2018: The Universal Poet, June Jordan
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Read Article Happy World Poetry Day! What’s Your Favorite Poem?
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Read Article Who Was Enheduanna? The World’s First Author, Explained
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