Robyn Creswell

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If you want to understand ISIS and violent Muslim extremists… read their poetry.  That’s according to Robyn Creswell, poetry editor of the Paris Review, and Bernard Haykel, professor…

Reading the Poems of ISIS

If you want to understand ISIS and violent Muslim extremists… read their poetry.  That’s according to Robyn Creswell, poetry editor of the Paris Review, and Bernard Haykel, professor…

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