Scottish Poet Carol Ann Duffy Gives Folger Poetry Board Reading
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I enjoyed Carolyn Duffy's reading and found her to be sharp, witty, fresh, fun and insightful. I had a bit of difficulty with the accent, or maybe it was just my hearing, but couldn't catch every word. Also, was very disappointed that afterwards at the social, they ran out of books to sell, and I was unable to purchase the copies I wanted to have signed by the author. Leaving empty handed after making the effort to purchase tickets and show up so eagerly was a downer. In any case though, it was good to have seen her read her poetry, and hear the interview. I enjoyed both.
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