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October 06, 2005

October 06, 2005

Beginning in February 2005, Staten Island teens and adults will be doing what Poetry in The Branches was designed for: bumping into poetry and discovering its delights.

October 06, 2005

Beginning in February 2005, Staten Island teens and adults will be doing what Poetry in The Branches was designed for: bumping into poetry and discovering its delights.

October 15, 2005

October 15, 2005

Author and illustrator Elizabeth Bushey will present special animations of her poems and stories about everything we love (dinosaurs!) and hate (vegetables!).

October 16, 2005

Federico García Lorca
Reading
October 16, 2005

In his talk on Federico García Lorca's life and work, Edward Hirsch will explore Lorca's artistic sources, including native Andalusian music and the metaphorical style characterist

October 17, 2005

Dave Johnson
October 17, 2005

Beginning in February 2005, Staten Island teens and adults will be doing what Poetry in The Branches was designed for: bumping into poetry and discovering its delights.

Dave Johnson
October 17, 2005

Beginning in February 2005, Staten Island teens and adults will be doing what Poetry in The Branches was designed for: bumping into poetry and discovering its delights.

October 19, 2005

October 19, 2005

Beginning in February 2005, Staten Island teens and adults will be doing what Poetry in The Branches was designed for: bumping into poetry and discovering its delights.

October 12, 2005

October 12, 2005

Since the Industrial Revolution, the alleys, sewers, and towers of the city have provided a labyrinthine landscape that mirrors the poetic explorations of its inhabitants.

October 20, 2005

Homer
October 20, 2005

Three poets respond to and comment on the artwork in the Dahesh Museum of Art’s landmark exhibition, The Legacy of Homer: Four Centuries of Art from the Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Beaux-Art

Gwendolyn Brooks
Reading
October 20, 2005

Since she began publishing her tight lyrics of Chicago’s great South Side in the 1940s, Gwendolyn Brooks has been one of the most influential American poets of the twentieth century.

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