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What Rhymes With Jewish?

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Poetry columnist David Kaufmann pins down the labyrinthine verse of avant-garde poet Daniel Morris’s latest collection today in Tablet Magazine. Kaufmann finds it stridently secular yet undeniably Jewish: “These guys don’t speak Yiddish, to be sure,” he says of Morris’s cohort, “but they remember some of its inflections.”

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Shrewish, newish, bluish…fewish…

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