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Philip Levine

Poetry

Interviewed by: Rebekah Presson

Catalog Number: 19870724, 19860613

In this program, Philip Levine, a National Book Award winner in poetry for his book Ashes, reads from his Selected Poems. Levine talks about his poetic resurgence as well as the discipline he has used to carefully craft his life so that he may be available to his poetry.

| Subject Matter: Discipline, Craft | Interview Year: 1986 | Genre: Poetry | Awards: Natinal Book Award, National Book Critics Circle Award |

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