in David Milch
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This chapter offers a detailed biographical account of David Milch’s family background and his early life at university and elsewhere before he began work as a television writer in the 1980s. In particular it examines the profound influence of the poet Robert Penn Warren on Milch during the latter’s time at Yale University in the 1960s and 1970s. It also calibrates the significance of Milch’s time studying at the Iowa Writers’ Workshop and offers an analysis of his MFA dissertation, ‘The Groundlings’, and one of his early poems.


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