Philip Levine

Belle Isle, 1949

‘Belle Isle, 1949’ by Philip Levine is a poem about a series of moments from a speaker’s youth. He swims in the Detroit River and then returns to his life. 

Belle Isle, 1949 by Philip Levine Visual Representation
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