The Religious Turn of One of America’s Finest Poets, Denise Levertov, with Cristina Gámez-Fernández, University of Córdoba

October 31, 2022 00:35:16
The Religious Turn of One of America’s Finest Poets, Denise Levertov, with Cristina Gámez-Fernández, University of Córdoba
Faith and Imagination: A BYU Humanities Center Podcast
The Religious Turn of One of America’s Finest Poets, Denise Levertov, with Cristina Gámez-Fernández, University of Córdoba
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Show Notes

Denise Levertov was an outstanding poet who became one of the finest religious poets of the twentieth century, or any century. Cristina Gámez-Fernández is an outstanding scholar of Levertov’s work, and she joins the podcast to discuss Levertov’s religious poetry in the context of her distinguished career. Gámez-Fernández teaches at the University of Córdoba in […]

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