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Anna Hallberg Conversation



Anna Hallberg in conversation about her poetry with University of Pennsylvania students. Anna Hallberg lives in Stockholm and is the author of three books of poetry. Hallberg also works with visual poetry, and has had several exhibitions at Nordic galleries. She writes literary criticism for the largest Swedish daily Dagens Nyheter, and regularly publishes essays and articles in literary magazines. (25 minutes)
 

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