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Steve Orlen

Steve Orlen

Orlen, Steve
Title: Steve Orlen
Reading Date: Wednesday, January 31, 1973

Introduction-512

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by Lois Shelton

"Life Without Abie"-513

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uncollected

"In Praise of Beverly"-514

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Orlen, Steve. Permission to Speak. Middletown: Wesleyan: 1978.

"Tricks"-515

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uncollected

"Sleeping on Doors"-516

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uncollected

"A Letter"-517

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uncollected

"The Jewish Family"-518

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uncollected

"Grandfather"-519

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uncollected

"Growing Up"-520

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uncollected

"November"-521

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uncollected

"What the Old Armenian Taught Me"-522

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uncollected

"Our Fathers"-523

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uncollected

"The Perfect One"-524

Annotation:

Orlen, Steve. Permission to Speak. Middletown: Wesleyan: 1978.

"Honesty"-525

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uncollected

"Compulsion"-526

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uncollected

"The Movie"-527

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uncollected

"The Man Going Blind"-528

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uncollected

"The Best Halves of our Lives"-529

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Orlen, Steve. Permission to Speak. Middletown: Wesleyan: 1978.

"The Privacies"-530

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uncollected

"Beauty and the Beast"-531

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Orlen, Steve. Permission to Speak. Middletown: Wesleyan: 1978.

"Country Girl"-532

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uncollected

"Walking at the End of Summer"-533

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uncollected

"Country House"-534

Annotation:

Orlen, Steve. Permission to Speak. Middletown: Wesleyan: 1978.

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Reading Date: Wednesday, January 31, 1973
Series: Spring Reading Series
Sponsor(s): UA Poetry Center
Location(s): Modern Languages Auditorium

Steve Orlen reads poems appearing in Permission to Speak (1978) as well as uncollected works.

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