Anne Michaels Quote: “I’m not being naive; I realise…”

I’m not being naive; I realise there’s no such thing as a pure reading. But I’d rather keep myself as far out of it as I can.

Anne Michaels


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Name: Anne Michaels
Profession: Poet
Nationality: Canadian
Birthday: April 15, 1958
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