June 2, 2012
Listen to KBIA’s Davis Dunavin look at the CWE’s literary past and efforts to preserve it. The history of St. Louis’s Central West End is steeped in literature. The area is tied to four of America’s most famous writers: T. S. Eliot, Tennessee Williams, Kate Chopin and William S. Burroughs. But until recently, the neighborhood had no official tributes to the literary greats. As part of Word Missouri, an ongoing series about Missouri’s literary heritage, KBIA’s Davis Dunavin looks at one neighborhood group’s efforts to change that.
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