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Fred D'Aguiar

Fred D'Aguiar, a poet, playwright and novelist talks about Wilson Harris, a Guyanese-born writer who sets much of his work in the country.

Series in which contemporary poets discuss writers whose work has influenced their own.

Fred D'Aguiar, a poet, playwright and novelist who was born in Britain and spent his childhood in Guyana before returning to the UK, talks about Wilson Harris, a Guyanese-born writer, who sets much of his work in that country.

D'Aguiar illustrates his essay with excerpts from books by Harris as well as poetry of his own.

15 minutes

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Fri 22 May 2009 23:00

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