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This article is grossly POV. GreatGatsby 03:32, 21 April 2006 (UTC)
It is mainly the two sentences: "She is justly famous for her acutely-observed short stories which do not waste a single word and which show an imaginative use of language. Mark's images conjure up visions." I removed the second sentence, which seems purely personal. The first sentence needs to be a more impersonal assessment of Jan Mark's style. I'd also question the statement "Jan Mark was very popular in Flanders, Belgium". Would well-known be better? Robina Fox 10:55, 1 April 2007 (UTC)
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I have created pages for Hairs in the palm of the hand and Enough is too much already, purely because someone has already created one for Turbulence. I would have rather have put the contents of all three into this article, but since the Turbulence article already exists, it seemed best to work in the same way.AquaYlang (talk) 16:05, 5 September 2008 (UTC)
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