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Letter to John Ciardi from Robert Penn Warren, 20 September 1958

Date: Sep. 20 1958 | Identifier: 1169-014.1.b
Letter to John Ciardi from Robert Penn Warren, addressed to La Rocca, Porto Ercole, pr. di Grosseto, Italy, September 20, 1958. The letter discusses a poem that Warren would like included in Ciardi's magazine, as well as Ciardi being kicked out of Italy. It is signed "Red, PS. You ask where checks should go--to the Fairfield address, please." more...
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Dear John:


I am delighted that you like the poems enough to use in your magazine. I don't want to drowd your amiability, but I have lately done another which will, in my new book, be published under the same title with the ones you have as a new # 3 (just preceding "Somewhere they are Singing"). If you can add it to the group, I'll be pleased. If you can't you can't. Don't bother to return a copy here. We shall be home about October 21 -- address: Redding Road, Fairfield, Colin.

No, I didn't know anything, about your being kicked out of Italy. For god's sake! Couldn't whatever it was be fixed up? After all it's a hell of a note for the most eminent living translator of Dante not to be permitted into Italy.

All the Best to you and household,

Red

Ps. You ask when [illegible]

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