Benjamin Hollander: September 20, 2001 (Updated over a year ago)
The Poetry Center presents Benjamin Hollander reading his poem "Levinas and the Police," later to be published in his book Vigilance (Beyond Baroque Books, 2005). The close of the poem incorporates a recording of William Alwyn's soundtrack music for Carol Reed's 1947 film noir, Odd Man Out. Sarah Menefee also read her work on the same program.
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Added to Poetry Center Digital Archive on November 28, 2016.
- Title: Benjamin Hollander: September 20, 2001
- Location: Unitarian Center, San Francisco
- Total Run Time: 00:35:09
- Originally Recorded By: APA
- Date: 09/20/2001
- Contributor: Steve Dickison
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