Dated Emcees (City Lights/Sister Spit)

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During this journey, students relate to one another and step away from their stereotypical roles. Yet they all converged to create one of the richest periods in American literary history. That season, in which one of my students left obscene phrases on torn pieces of paper on my desk, I tried to teach poetry to him and the others and sometimes succeeded. This was after I'd finished an assignment I'd been worrying about, a selection of Yeats's poems with a long introduction for The Field Day Anthology of Irish Writing.

Pages: 64

Publisher: City Lights Publishers (May 24, 2016)

ISBN: 0872867021

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