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Philip Levine

Philip Levine

Obsessed with Detroit

From the October, 2002 issue

Poet Philip Levine left Detroit almost fifty years ago, when he was twenty-six. He had been born and educated in the city, part of the immigrant Jewish working class; his father died when he was five, leaving his mother to raise three sons during the Depression and the tumultuous years of the Second World War. Levine started working early, first at low-level

 
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