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John Bricuth is the poetic alter ego of the literary critic John T. Irwin, Decker Professor in the Humanities at the Johns Hopkins University and chairman for almost twenty years of the university's Writing Seminars. A former editor of The Georgia Review, Irwin now edits the fiction and poetry series at Johns Hopkins. His most recent volume of criticism, The Mystery to a Solution, won the Christian Gauss prize from Phi Beta Kappa for the best scholarly book in the humanities in 1994 and the Scaglione Prize from the Modern Language Association for the best scholarly book in comparative literature.