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The Country of a Thousand Years of Peace, first published in 1959, contains poems written over an eight-year period, which "are a collection of symbols and epiphanies drawn from experience but set off from it in an ideal, timeless space, a…

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Newspaper clippings related to Charles Merrill's and Hellen Ingram Merrill's divorce. The "broken home" had a profound effect on James Merrill remembering his childhood as a lonely one.

Newspaper clipping of "When a Poet Raises Spirits at Ouija Board" by Paul Anastasi from the International Herald Tribune, March 8, 1978.

Newspaper clipping of "Pulitzer Bullish on Merrill '47" by David Applefield from the Amherst Student.

Clippings from "Lit Review" by Mr. W. L. Frederici concerning Merrill from The Lawrence at Amherst College, January 15, 1943.

Two clippings related to Gass's first novel, Omensetter's Luck:

Pop Culture, Phooey, Socrates Lives by Robert Sanford, St. Louis Post Dispatch, June 3, 1973.

Clipping featuring William. H. Gass as Pagliaccio from the opera I Pagliacci.

"Loss and Gain," review of In the Heart of the Heart of the Country by William H. Gass by Jack Kroll, Newsweek.

"Born to Be a Loser," review of Omensetter's Luck by William H. Gass by Thorpe Menn, The Kansas City Star.
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