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SALESMAN AND A LIBRARIAN, by                 Poet's Biography
First Line: Mom smelled of books, even dad admitted
Last Line: Their bristly mustaches; too tired to raise, %on brontosaurus necks, their plastic hammer-heads
Subject(s): Books; Booksellers; Librarians And Libraries; Salespersons

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