Ishion Hutchinson

Cornell University

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Poet and professor at Cornell University.

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Nobel Prize-winning poet Derek Walcott died this morning at his home in St. Lucia, at age 87. He was one of the Caribbean’s leading voices in poetry and drama. He also painted.

The beauty and tragedy of the Caribbean, as captured by poet Derek Walcott

Nobel Prize-winning poet Derek Walcott died this morning at his home in St. Lucia, at age 87. He was one of the Caribbean’s leading voices in poetry and drama. He also painted.

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