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Bruce Springsteen’s America: The People Listening, a Poet Singing
Robert Coles (au). A discussion of the powerful impact Bruce Springsteen’s work has had both on the lives of his audience & on this country’s literary tradition. Places him in the pantheon of Amer. artists -- Walt Whitman, William Carlos Williams, Dorothea Lange, & Walker Percy, among others -- who understood & were inspired by the ordinary people of their eras. Explores Springsteen’s words as contemporary Amer. poetry, & offers firsthand accounts of how people interact with them. Places the poet in a greater social, cultural, philosophical context -- as a singing & traveling poet who fully engages the culture of which he is a part, interacting with its people & creating a conversation that has helped to shape a distinct way of looking at, & living, Amer. life today.
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