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Should We Have Stayed At Home, Wherever That May Be...

Elizabeth Bishop is considered one of the most distinguished American poets of the twentieth century.

What's not so well known is her deep connection to the Maritimes. And the deep connection many people here feel to her.

Carmen Klassen tells us how local Bishop fans and scholars are celebrating her centenary.

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