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Writers step in to defend author accused of plagiarism in New York Times12 Oct 11:41am

Writers step in to defend author accused of plagiarism in New York Times

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Jill Bialosky’s Poetry Will Save Your Life was charged with extensive use of others’ writing, but peers say accidental repetitions ‘were not egregious theft’ More than 70 authors, including Pulitzer prize winners Jennifer Egan and Louise Glück, have come to the defence of the editor and poet Jill Bialosky after she was accused of plagiarism, saying that Bialosky’s “inadvertent repetition of biographical boilerplate was not an egregious theft intentionally performed”. A scathing review of Bialosky’s memoir, Poetry Will Save Your Life,
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