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Author: Quincy Troupe; Henry Dumas; Woodberry Poetry Room (Harvard College Library)
Publisher: [New York : Academy of American Poets, 1990]
Edition/Format:   Audiobook : Reel-to-reel tape : English
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Genre/Form: Sources
Named Person: Quincy Troupe; Quincy Troupe
Material Type: Audio book, etc.
Document Type: Sound Recording
All Authors / Contributors: Quincy Troupe; Henry Dumas; Woodberry Poetry Room (Harvard College Library)
OCLC Number: 612017722
Notes: Troupe reads his own poetry and that of Henry Dumas, discusses the impact of blues and jazz on his and others' poetry, and reads from his biography of Miles Davis.
Recorded at the Donnell Library Center on Apr. 24, 1990.
Description: 2 sound tape reels (85 min.) : 3 3/4 ips ; 7 in.
Responsibility: by Quincy Troup ; introduction by Nicholas Christopher].

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