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Posts Tagged ‘Denise Levertov’
PBS Program Looks at the Life of Denise Levertov November 26, 2012: The PBS show "Religion and Ethics Newsweekly" aired this feature on the life of Denise Levertov. Make the jump here to watch a brief interview with Dana Green, Levertov's biographer.
Close-Reading Denise Levertov Through George Oppen (or Vice-Versa) October 25, 2012: Over at Jacket2: Why George Oppen quarreled with Denise Levertov, by Richard Swigg. Swigg notes that while Robert Duncan's issue with Levertov was on the less fruitful side—"he complained that the subjugation of her poetry to the cause of political activism was creatively damaging," Oppen's was the opposite: The preference [to not [...]
Fugitives, works in progress, young Duncan, and Marianne Moore May 31, 2012: Our popular annual translation and Q&A issues are part of a long tradition of special issues that have focused on such subjects as the Objectivists (edited by Louis Zukovsky), Chinese poetry, and post-war Italian poetry. This month we’d like to draw attention to two issues in particular: the May 1932 and April-May 1965. Poetry's May 1932 [...]