by Adrienne Cecile Rich
Poet Adrienne Rich, seen here in 2004, died Tuesday.
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March 29, 2012 The memorials for poet Adrienne Rich, who died Tuesday, include plenty of references to her political activism and eventful personal life. Amid this, Critic David Orr pauses to reflect on one poem — a testament to her perseverance and her art.
March 13, 2005 In January, the National Book Critics Circle announced the nominees for this year's awards — among them, five poets. J.D. McClatchy, a professor of English at Yale University, talks through some of the nominated verse.
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