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ANGELA (firstname.lastname@example.org) ON 21 MAR 2006 AT 16:28
LOCATION: SpainI think that the research work and the presentation are really worth reading.
DAWN RUSELL ON 17 MAY 2005 AT 18:28
LOCATION: Napa Valley, U.SSylvia Plath is one of the greatest poets in history, and I loved your version of her personal and professional life that you guys made because it's rare and truely authentic.
COVERLY POX (email@example.com) ON 15 APR 2005 AT 13:40
LOCATION:All lovers of things neurotic should know that The Complete Neurotic is on the way. It's a terrific compendium of all the usual tics and foibles--and it's well written, too. The Neurotic's Hall of Fame includes Proust, Dickinson, Keats, Mary Hartman and others.
BECKY (firstname.lastname@example.org) ON 09 MAR 2005 AT 17:10
LOCATION: new jerseyilove this site. all my favorite poets are featured, and it's awesome how you can just click directly onto some of their works, not have to dig around on google or something. my ultimate goal is to be featured on here when i finally make something of myself, and then end in a blaze of tragic glory somehow. i'm not too sure about all that, but thanks for so much inspiration in one place.
BROOKE TAAFFE (email@example.com) ON 01 MAR 2005 AT 13:02
LOCATION: TXVery interesting. I never knew so much about Edgar Allen Poe. You make poetry awesome! (and not stupid....)
KELSEY ON 27 FEB 2005 AT 23:48
LOCATION: seattlethank you for your piece on sylvia plath. she is probably my favorite author/poet. this piece taught me a lot more about her life than i have been able to find before. nicely done!
SHELL (firstname.lastname@example.org) ON 15 FEB 2005 AT 07:48
LOCATION: oinkExellente! very Bon! Helpful to me in my writings and in understanding my clients! Love the readers comments as well. I will add with them; Exellent piece on Plath, she's always a fav of mine, and i concur, hurry with the Morrison stuff, we are ALL fans......
DAVID HARRINGTON (email@example.com) ON 08 FEB 2005 AT 07:37
LOCATION: New YorkSweet site. I'll add it to my "neurotica" links.
GRADY MARTIN (ManaSmack@cs.com) ON 02 JAN 2005 AT 01:13
LOCATION: somewhere cleverThanks. Poetry sometimes helps me sleep at night.
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BRITTANY (graffitiXdecorations@msn.com) ON 19 NOV 2004 AT 11:12i must say that you a tad bit off with how many poems Emily dickinson has written in her life time the # is about 1700 poems.... only 7 were publishedby her the rest by her sister after emily's death.
BEATA SZYMKóW (email@example.com) ON 12 NOV 2004 AT 09:24
LOCATION: Korzeñsko, South-West of PolandI really enjoy this site. Thank to it i discovered I'm neurotic myself.
SHERI MORTON (firstname.lastname@example.org) ON 10 NOV 2004 AT 06:51
LOCATION: albemarle,ncif you love abstract writings-this is the place to be.
JENN WAGGONER (email@example.com) ON 29 SEP 2004 AT 07:06
LOCATION: Patton, MissouriI reall like this site. My dad told me to look up Sylvia Plath, because a lot of her poetry is like mine, and it is. I am very amazed at how she lived her life, all her heartache, and troubles it seems like that is what I am going through. Especially "Mad Girls Love Song" A lot of my poetry is like that one and "Daddy"...Thank you for this site, and helping me in my search.
ACP ARAGON (firstname.lastname@example.org) ON 18 AUG 2004 AT 01:23
LOCATION: PhilippinesI need to know more about neurosis or neurotic person. I hope this site will help.
DIRK (email@example.com) ON 11 AUG 2004 AT 07:59
LOCATION: New EnglandGreat site! Now that the Lizard King (Morrison) is in preparation, is Arthur Rimbaud next in line?
HARRIS KHALIQUE (firstname.lastname@example.org) ON 31 JUL 2004 AT 04:08
LOCATION: PakistanThe site is highly informative but disturbing. Many have something dark about them but those who come into the limelight have deeper, darker shadows.
JENNIFER ON 28 JUL 2004 AT 19:13excellent site. thank you for putting it together.
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JOSEPH (firstname.lastname@example.org) ON 15 JUN 2004 AT 20:09
LOCATION: southern california--united statesExcellent site. Its quite the tragedy that it hasn't been updated. But I have been reading it again and again for going on two years and I still find myself captivated by it. There are not enough sites paying homage to the many neurotic poets of past and present.
KELLY (email@example.com) ON 21 MAY 2004 AT 04:54
LOCATION: Iowa CityFor a nice column that mentions (and quotes) Virginia Woolf, see newspaper editor Rob Bignell's “Unintended consequence of the war against silence” at press-citizen.con/opinion/cornfieldsoul/051604cornfieldsoul.
SILVIA CERVANTES ON 07 MAY 2004 AT 13:05
LOCATION: El MonteWhen is the Jim Morrison page coming you guys said it would come out mouths ago?
SABRINA ON 16 FEB 1999 AT 14:33
LOCATION: kentukythis information really helped me in my english class thanks!
IAN MOULTON ON 07 FEB 1999 AT 02:54
HOME PAGE: Lord Byron (Mad Bad and Dangerous)I find your site very well put together and pleasing to the eye. The content is superb, and I have put a Link from my site to your page.
BILLY ZURCHER ON 02 JAN 1999 AT 13:08
HOME PAGE: The Piccolo PagesI enjoyed the darknes of it all, keep up the good work.
LAWRENCE BYRON-SINCLAIR ON 23 DEC 1998 AT 11:07
LOCATION: London, EnglandAn interesting site...have you considered outlining
William Blake and/or Arthur Rimbaud?.