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The wovenness

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Vol. 70 No. 1
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2020
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43

You could into this shiny place/la sagrada familia

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Vol. 70 No. 1
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2020
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, p
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You Tell Them Anything

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From
Vol. 68 No. 1
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2018
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, p
52

Dear Thief Say

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From
Vol. 67 No. 2
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2016-2017
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The Oblique Approach

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Vol. 67 No. 2
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2016-2017
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14

GREAT SORROW IMPOSSIBLE ATTEND PLEASE ARRANGE FLOWERS WRITING

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From
Vol. 67 No. 2
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2016-2017
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13

Breaking the Night Sky Mug with Luke before the Bus Comes

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From
Vol. 66 No. 1
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2015-2016
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9

Eva Hesse #7 (No Title, 1960/61) (I name it our lady of sorrows and apologize for my absence as violence from present life intrudes & Dietrich Bonhoeffer begins talking to both of us)

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Carol Ann Davis
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From
Vol. 64 No. 2
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2013-2014
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Eva Hesse #6 (If you go hungry if you go tired & Kettwig 1964 entries left flush)

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Vol. 64 No. 2
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2013-2014
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28-29

Eva Hesse #1 (Blank as Faces)

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Carol Ann Davis
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From
Vol. 64 No. 2
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2013-2014
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, p
26-27