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Philip Levine

Poetry

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Catalog Number: 19810215

This program features National Book Award and National Book Critics Circle Award winner Philip Levine reading from his Selected Poems at public reading performances in Washington D.C. and Los Angeles. Between poems, Levine discusses his childhood in Detroit, the setting of many of his poems, as well as his experience in post-Franco Spain.

| Subject Matter: Detroit, History, Spain | Interview Year: 1981 | Genre: Poetry | Awards: Natinal Book Award, National Book Critics Circle Award |

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