Film, Video Robert Pinsky: National Book Festival 2020
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- Robert Pinsky: National Book Festival 2020
- Robert Pinsky served an unprecedented three terms as the Poet Laureate. Founder of the Favorite Poem Project, he teaches at Boston University and is the editor, most recently, of the anthology "The Mind Has Cliffs of Fall: Poems at the Extremes of Feeling" (Norton). He here reads "Instrument," a poem from his collection "At the Foundling Hospital."
- September 26, 2020
- 5 minutes 24 seconds
- online text
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