It’s the most wonderful time of the year! Barbara Berman offers gift recommendations for the poets on your holiday shopping list.
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‘”Unconsciously, probably, I was painting the loneliness of a large city,” Edward Hopper once remarked of his masterpiece Nighthawks, the famous scene depicting a downtown diner late at night. “ Filmmaker Gustav Deutsch brings thirteen of Edward Hopper’s paintings to the big screen in a film called Shirley: Visions of Reality. First released in 2013, the film is now being […]
Ravi Shankar discusses Singaporean poetry in the last fifty years, Hindu mythology, translation, and his complicated relationship to his heritage.
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