Tag Archives: Philip Levine

“Jubilate” by Galway Kinnell

1 So from poet to poet we proceeded in our celebration of Christopher Smart’s long-undiscovered poem Jubilate Agno, composed by this profligate, drunken, devout, mad polymath between 1757 and 1763 while incarcerated for a year in St. Luke’s Hospital for the Insane and then for four or … Continue reading

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Philip Levine on America’s Workers

  What Work Is We stand in the rain in a long line waiting at Ford Highland Park. For work. You know what work is—if you’re old enough to read this you know what work is, although you may not … Continue reading

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