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A collaboration with American Public Media, which creates poetry programming for a variety of public radio shows, including Marketplace, Performance Today, Speaking of Faith, The Story, and The Splendid Table.
The Poet who Hates Mozart
Poet Laure-Anne Bosselaar says she couldn't live without music. But, if she had to, she wouldn't miss Mozart. She joins Performance Today to discuss just what it is about Mozart that drives her to detest him, and she reads her poem, "The Pleasures of Hating."
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