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America needs a demagogue. This has long been the case, but it is not easy for Americans to find one, because of the political process that is so strangely influenced or even dominated by national parties the which are not creatures of the constitution, but of the politicians. It used to be, victorious generals could […]

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Hello, all, here is the new poetry podcast–introducing a poet already introduced by Miss Berlinski, but whom I find hard to describe: Paul Celan. (For my friends who are curious about European pronunciation, Paul is uttered with the diphthong from house; Chelan is not much more of a challenge–the first syllable sounds like the Spanish […]

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Hello, all, here’s the new podcast. My Texan friend & I have turned to a new Polish poet & a new problem: Identity & the self-portrait. We’ve got everything from first day of high-school–to Blade Runner & are robots human–to how poets sucker punch philosophers while learning from them. Everyone knows, Tocqueville said Americans are […]

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Hello, all, here’s the first of a long series of podcasts on poetry. You know me. My Virgil here is Mr. Ashok Karra–here’s where he writes–& we are talking about a poem today. Next, soon, will come a discussion of  the Pound piece, The study in aesthetics, which Midge was so gracious to send to me. […]

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