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The not-so-hidden injuries of class: A Poem, on the Supposition of an Advertisement Appearing in a Morning Paper, of the Publication of a Volume of Poems, by a Servant-Maid 

I ran across this while looking for something else. The language is so delightfully fresh and arch. Elizabeth Hands–died in 1815, and although the Poetry Foundation does not date the poem, her book was published in 1789–so who knows? Perhaps

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A moving and elegant essay: Mourning a Husband – The New Yorker

Mourning a Husband – The New Yorker.

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Beautiful: Watch the doodle. Langston Hughes: Poet who wrote I Dream A World given Google doodle The Independent

Langston Hughes: This is why poet who wrote I Dream A World has been given a Google doodle – News – Gadgets and Tech – The Independent.

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Words Origins as the Gateway to Empathy | The Ploughshares Blog

Etymology as Pedagogy: How Words Teach Me to Live | The Ploughshares Blog.

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So now it has our complete attention, and we are made whole. – See more at: http://voiceseducation.org/node/Sorrow: So now it has our complete attention: Marie Howe The Poetry of Ordinary Time @On Being

Marie Howe — The Poetry of Ordinary Time | On Being.

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