Tell The Story.(the literary contribution of poet Ed Sanders): An article from: The Review of Contemporary Fiction
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- Publication Date:March 22, 1999
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From the supplier: The poet Robert Creeley describes his perceptions of fellow-poet and rock musician Ed Sanders, who was a seminal literary, musical, and political figure in New York, New York, during the 1960s. Topics include the poet Charles Olson's perception of Sanders, Sanders decision after high school in Missouri to move to New York City, and the contribution Sanders made to American literature.
Title: Tell The Story.(the literary contribution of poet Ed Sanders)
Author: Robert Creeley
Publication: The Review of Contemporary Fiction (Refereed)
Date: March 22, 1999
Publisher: Review of Contemporary Fiction
Volume: 19 Issue: 1 Page: 58
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