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Sharon Olds

Poetry

Interviewed by: Rebekah Presson

Catalog Number: 19930101

Sharon Olds' poetry "is remarkable for its candor, its eroticism, and its power to move," says one critic. In this program Olds reads from The Father, her book about the death of a father, and talks about writing "apparently personal" poems.

| Subject Matter: Personal Poetry, Candor, Family, Death | Interview Year: 1992 | Genre: Poetry |

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