On those who are always late; those who can’t help being early; and those who arrive where they are going when they are supposed to be there.
by Lore Segal
by Ben Shields
John Keats’s contention that the strong poet lacks any individuality or determined character held true for Alfred Chester. It was a conundrum that contributed as much to his genius as it did his eventual suicide in Jerusalem at the age of forty-three.
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