522 but these I wish weren't unique
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These bug me because they are too good to be ignored.
My favorite author is Thomas McGrath. I heard him read three times, own and read critical books about McGrath, and own a DVD about him. I've been pushing McGrath for decades, and have given his works for gifts often. Yet I have nine unique McGraths. He is too major, IMHO, that anybody should have a unique McGrath. The nine:
The gates of ivory, the gates of horn 1 review
The beautiful things
Open songs : sixty short poems 1 review
Mediterranean (doesn't show up in the 100 touchstones)
Trinc : praises II 1 review
Letters to Tomasito
A Sound of one hand
To walk a crooked mile
First manifesto (cannot get the touchstone to other)
Not to mention:
The revolutionary poet in the United States : the poetry of Thomas McGrath by Frederick C. Stern
Then there's Andrew Nelson Lytle one of the 12 Southerners Who Took Their Stand, editor of the Southern Review and H.S. English teacher of my father (who hated him). Uniquely I have:
Southerners and Europeans : essays in a time of disorder
Stories : Alchemy and Others
Then there's a cartoon book by the mother of my favorite artist:
Vivan los tourtistas! by Grace Graham King Rodriguez.
So, make these not be unique.