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Synopsis: "We might as well call it the lyric essay because I don't think 'essay' means for most readers what essayists hope it does," John D'Agata writes in the book's introduction. "Or, we might as well call it the lyric essay because 'nonfiction' is far too limiting. Or, we might as well call it the lyric essay because 'creative nonfiction' -- let's face it -- is desperate..."
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