Poet Edward Hirsch Under the Microscope The poet discusses how his new book, Special Orders, is one long poem in and of itself. He also discusses memory and loss.
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Poet Edward Hirsch Under the Microscope

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Poet Edward Hirsch Under the Microscope

Poet Edward Hirsch Under the Microscope

Poet Edward Hirsch Under the Microscope

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Poet Edward Hirsch reads his poem "A New Theology"

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Edward Hirsch discusses how his new book, Special Orders, is one long poem in and of itself. Andrea Seabrook also talks to Hirsch about memory and loss.

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