Found at my local library’s big semiannual used book sale today:

Alice Fulton, Feeling as a Foreign Language: The Good Strangeness of Poetry
Paul Fussell, Poetic Meter and Poetic Form
Herbert Liebowitz, ed., Parnassus: Twenty Years of Poetry in Review
J. D. McClatchy, ed., The Vintage Book of Contemporary American Poetry

All together, they cost a grand total of $2. Gloat!

And here’s a random bit of conversation, overheard at the same venue, that I found funny for some reason:

SMALL CHILD: Mommy, these are nonfiction.
MOTHER: Actually, sweetie, they’re mysteries.
SMALL CHILD: Nonfiction mysteries?

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