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Articles with keyword "poetry"

Garrison Keillor in his signature footwear.

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The Next Stage of Garrison Keillor:

After 40 years on the radio, what to do next?

illustration f Marianne Moore

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Moore or Less

Did the persona distract from the poetry?

Cover of Blues Viision

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In the Land of Snow and Fargo, a Legacy of Black Writing Emerges

A new anthology of African-American writing reveals black lives in the Midwest.

Sur's Ocean

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Murty Classical Library of India Sheds Light on Sixteenth-century Lyrical Poet Surdas

Poems in the style proliferated for centuries.

The Low family

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The Chinese Exclusion Act Raised the Price of Becoming an American

 A new exhibit tells the story from the immigrant’s point of view.

Pakistani truck driver with rig painted with verses

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Eclectic Verses

From Yemeni tribesmen to Pakistani truck drivers, poetry speaks to Muslim world.

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When Art and Morality Collide

How Rosetti and Wilde tested Victorian sensibilities.

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Five Who Make a Difference

Profiles of the 1996 Charles Frankel Prize Winners: Rita Dove, Doris Kearns Goodwin, Daniel Kemmis, Arturo Madrid, and Bill Moyers.