Re: RARA-AVIS: The Great Wrong Place

From: James Rogers (
Date: 10 Feb 2000

>On Thu, 10 Feb 2000, Kevin Burton Smith wrote:
>> I've seen this phrase bandied about a lot lately. For the benefit of
>> those of us who aren't on a one-name basis with every literary light
>> who ever hung up a shingle, which Lawrence came up with the phrase,
>> and what's the context? And what was the actual city?

           I could be mistaken, but didn't Auden apply this expression to Chandler in his essay?


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