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The Social Value of MFA Programs

by Michael Bourne

Department:Special Section
Issue:September/October 2011

As taxpayer dollars for individual artists and the patronage of the wealthy become the stuff of literary legend, putting stock in MFA programs—as a student or tuition-paying parent—may be a modern means of investing in American literature.

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