People, Nov. 11, 1957

Names make news. Last week these names made this news:

Poet Randall Jarrell tossed his beard in vexation and said: "To most of us, verse, any verse, is so uncongenial, so exhaustingly artificial, that I have often thought that a man could make his fortune by entirely eliminating from our culture verse of any kind. Take for example:

Early to bed, early to rise

Makes a man healthy, wealthy and wise.

"Why say it like a rocking horse? Why make it jingle so? And wise—who wants to be wise?

Which sibling is the well-adjusted

sibling?

The one...

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