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June 3, 2008

Poetic sentencing justice

A long drive this afternoon allowed me the opportunity to hear this poetic sentencing story, which is exactly the kind of feature story one expects to hear on NPR.  Here is the summary:

In December, more than two dozen teenagers were arrested for breaking into and vandalizing the one-time summer residence of Robert Frost. Their punishment? Attend a class about the American poet. Novelist and Middlebury College professor Jay Parini, who taught the class, talks with Robert Siegel.

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