|Poems Philip Levine. in Detroit, and give my best to your teacher, Miss Hardman.|
” The class was stunned. A great man had written Dougie Harris, the unfolded
pages lay upon his desk curling in the winter light, and we sat in silence for a ...
|But to Levine, he is “wise, compassionate, deliberate, honest…a great unknown American.” In A Walk with Tom Jefferson, Philip Levine reminds us why he is best known for his poems about working-class life in Detroit--and why so many ...|
|A gentle giant, convicted of a murder he doesn't remember committing, has sat in prison for twenty-five years. Now, sprung from prison by his brother, he must elude capture long enough to expose the identity of the true murderers.|
|Only Studs Terkel’s Working approaches the pathos and beauty of this book. But Levine’s characters are also significant for their inner lives, not merely their jobs.|