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Transmutations with Moroccan Poet Mohammed Bennis
Apr 26, 2011 | 7:00 pm
Born in 1948 in Fez, Morocco, internationally acclaimed poet and professor of Arabic poetry Mohammed Bennis reads from his work and discusses his life in poetry with translator and poet Pierre Joris.
- Apr 26, 2011
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