Poem introduction

Interviewer: The extension of self and self-discovery, a pre-requisite of Johnsonian variety, went public in San Francisco in the Sixties of course, and Gunn acknowledges that, while the experience of Acid was essentially non-verbal, his next book after it, Moly, reflects the removal of blocks with the help of LSD. In the title poem, Gunn throws recollection to the winds:

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