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When the great Irish poet W.B. Yeats died, W.H. Auden wrote a commemorative poem with the refrain, “The day of his death was a dark cold day.” When I heard of Browning Marean’s death Friday, it was 96 degrees and humid in New Orleans, but my mind immediately went to a dark cold place.

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