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Steve Chapman: Jerry Garcia's nameless grace

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I was sitting in a classroom in McCosh Hall at Princeton University one spring day in the late 1970s, when I learned something that helped me understand the artistic genius of Jerry Garcia. No music played in that room that day -- only the amiable voice of professor Henry Miller. I don't know if Miller had ever heard of Jerry Garcia. But he did know all about Alexander Pope, and he successfully...

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