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By Mary Jo Brooks
A conversation with Mark Strand, who won this year's Pulitzer for poetry for his book Blizzard of One.
By PBS NewsHour
Charles Wright, professor of English at the University of Virginia, discusses his Pulitzer Prize-winning collection of poetry, "Black Zodiac."…
Rafael Campo's student physicians embrace poetry to hone art of healing…
Scholar reflects on poetic odyssey to bring medieval Persian verse to the West…
Politics of aid inside Syria increases suffering for those displaced by war…
Underfunded and outgunned Free Syrian Army faces additional enemies…
John F. Kennedy's presidency grappled with contentious national issues. Yet when his time in office was cut short, grief for his death crossed all ideological lines. Gwen Ifill talks to authors Ellen Fitzpatrick, William P. Jones, Bill Minutaglio and Robert…
EmbedVideo(8050); On Nov. 22, 1963, Robert MacNeil and Jim Lehrer were two reporters covering a presidential visit. MacNeil was a White House correspondent for NBC News. Lehrer was working the federal beat as a reporter for the Dallas Times-Herald.
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