This Oct. 30, 2004 photo provided by Jean Libby shows Nguyen Chi Thien at Stanford University in Stanford, Calif. Thien, the Vietnamese dissident poet who wrote “Flowers of Hell” while holed up in prison, died Tuesday, Oct. 2, 2012 in a Southern California hospital. He was at 73. (AP Photo/Courtesy Jean Libby)

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This Oct. 30, 2004 photo provided by Jean Libby shows Nguyen Chi Thien at Stanford University in Stanford, Calif.  Thien, the Vietnamese dissident poet who wrote “Flowers of Hell” while holed up in prison, died Tuesday, Oct. 2, 2012 in a Southern California hospital. He was at 73. (AP Photo/Courtesy Jean Libby)
This Oct. 30, 2004 photo provided by Jean Libby shows Nguyen Chi Thien at Stanford University in Stanford, Calif. Thien, the Vietnamese dissident poet who wrote “Flowers of Hell” while holed up in prison, died Tuesday, Oct. 2, 2012 in a Southern California hospital. He was at 73. (AP Photo/Courtesy Jean Libby)
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