FOCUS: The Irish Woman's Voice in Poetry with Angela Patten

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In conjunction with the Burlington Irish Heritage Festival, Angela Patten, Dublin born poet and senior lecturer at the University of Vermont, visits with Margaret Harrington on the Channel 17 TV series FOCUS. Angela Patten reads selections from her three poetry collections: "In Praise of Usefulness," "Reliquaries," and "Still Listening." She also reads from her prose memoir "High Tea at a Low Table: Stories from an Irish Childhood." Angela and Margaret talk about the Irish woman's voice in poetry and read selections from "The White Page / An Bhileog Bhan: 20th Century Irish Women Poets."

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