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Greek Poets Muse Austerity Measures

  • Aired: 12/25/2012
  • 07:59
  • Rating: E
We examine the Greek economic crisis from a different angle -- from the perspective of poets, and through the prism of history, modern and ancient. Jeffrey Brown talks to poet and classicist A.E. Stallings, a resident of Athens for more than a decade, and poet Titos Patrikios, who has seen other dark times in Greek history.
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Greek Poets Muse Austerity Measures: 'We'll Hawk the Parthenon to Buy Our Bread'
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