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David Ray

Poetry

Interviewed by: Robert Stewart

Catalog Number: 20060705, 20050824

New Letters founder and former editor David Ray reads from his latest book of poems The Death of Sardanapalus and Other Poems of the Iraq Wars that examines war from ancient times until now.  Ray and the current New Letters editor Robert Stewart discuss the role pacifism plays among protest poets, especially in the work of the late William Stafford, and the relevance of such work today.

| Subject Matter: War, Pacifism, Protest Poets, William Stafford | Interview Year: 2005 | Genre: Poetry |

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