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Although food was an emotive and vital element in the moral discourse of the Graeco-Roman nobility," and so ascertaining anything concrete about its consumption is fraught with difficulties, we can say, with reasonable certainty, that these establishments served prepared meats to the unmoneyed throughout the urban settlements of the Empire.
Robert Lowell, never one for exaggerated praise, wrote for the jacket of Final Solutions that he suspected "the possibilities of modem poetry have been changed:' No doubt Lowell was struck by Seidel's intensely dense, eloquently stylized explorations of a mix of subjects never before brought to the foreground of American poetry: the politics of the American empire, moneyed and unmoneyed class, Judaism in the Diaspora, racial oppression and violence.