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Gerald Stern

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Catalog Number: 19841109

Gerald Stern was in his late 40s when he published his first book; in 1991 he was named a finalist for the Pulitzer Prize. This program features Stern in a public reading of 13 of his poems.

| Interview Year: 1984 | Genre: Poetry |

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