Robert Pinsky: 'I don't like the idea that poetry is marketed'

Robert Pinsky: 'I don't like the idea that poetry is marketed'

A builder discussing Whitman; a Jamaican immigrant interpreting Sylvia Plath; a Cambodian-American student commenting on Langston Hughes. “In short,” says Pinsky, “those videos demonstrate a very active vital life of poetry in the United States, quite …

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