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March 01, 2013


Richard J

I have to admit I don't quite get this one. I can have a few guesses, but I can't quite see how you can argue there's enough nominal value in poetry to generate a tax write off.

Richard J

And if they're arguing that the losses generated on selling the book are from a trade with a view to profit, since when has poetry been profitable?


is it possibly an attempt to shore up the dubious charitable status of something?

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