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Bill Murray Talks About Two Favorite Poets
April 1, 2016  | By Jim Davis
 

Actor Bill Murray is widely known for his love of poetry. Here he visits Jimmy Kimmel Live to read "What the Mirror Said" by African American poet Lucille Clifton (1936-2010) and to talk about another favorite, Jim Harrison, author of the novella Legends of the Fall, which was made into a 1994 Brad Pitt and Anthony Hopkins movie. Harrison, who was also a noted poet, died recently at age 78, reportedly while writing a poem. -- Jim Davis

 
 
 
 
 
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