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Fog

Fog

  

by Carl Sandburg

Analysis: Trivia

Brain Snacks: Tasty Tidbits of Knowledge

Sandburg was "distinguished" in five separate fields: poetry, history, biography, fiction, AND music. A little bit of fog isn't stopping this guy. (Source.)

Sandburg envisioned Chicago as a city of "big shoulders" in his collection. (Source.)

Sandburg once sang a song that he said "smells of saddle leather" (and sounded like folk music). (Source.)

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