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‘They tell me you are wicked’ …

In 1917, Fanny Butcher, the Chicago Tribune’s longtime literary critic, wrote of the famous poet Carl Sandburg that he considered Chicago “an incomparable town with a soul unlike the souls of any other towns in the world, a being that he loathes and adores and fears and trusts …” Ironically, by the time of Butcher’s […]