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"The Young Lieutenant Came To Town"

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It should say describe your question by actually asking a question. Which BTW, you have yet to do.

Since you want to know who wrote "The Young Lieutenant Came To Town" it would be helpful to know more about it. I guess it's a poem according to your topic but Googling that title doesn't get any results. Where did you read it? In a magazine? Poetry anthology? Textbook?

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