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Friday, September 30, 2016

The cultural and environmental legacy of an Occidental College poet

The poetry of Robinson Jeffers is in the spotlight as Occidental College hosts a series of events celebrating one of its most notable alums (class of 1905) who wrote extensively on the environment. On Saturday, Jeffers poetry will be part of several events – including a reading, sculpture dedication and garden opening – at The Southwest Museum in Mt. Washington and the Lummis House in Highland Park. The events will continue through early November as part of The Big Read: Jeffers and the Ecologies of Poetry. Read more in Eastsider on the Go.

Portrait of Jeffers by Remsen Bird/Occidental College



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