Reader: Amichai, Yehuda

Accession Number - 264

Date: 11/22/77
Length: 45 minutes
Tape Quality: good
Collection: Poetry Center
Ethnicity: white
Language: English
Use Policy: available
Content: "When My Head Got Banged on the Door," "A Song of Peace," "God Has Pity on Kindergarten Children," "A Pity. We Were Such a Good Invention," "Quick and Bitter," "Instructions for a Waitress," "In a Foreign Country," "In the Sand We Were Two-headed Cerberus," "What's It Like to Be a Woman," "Tender Spring in the Courtyard," "Love Song," "Letter of Recommendation," "Dennis Was Very Sick," "Harlem, A Dead Story," "A Dog After Love," "Once a Great Love," "Mr. Beringer," "The Town I Was Born in Was Destroyed By Shells," "Jerusalem Is a Place Where All Remember," "Oh, Who Has the Quietest Face Here?" "Let the Memorial Hill Remember," "Every Night God Takes His Glittering Merchandise Out of His Showcase," "I and Jerusalem, Like Blind Man and Cripple," and "Jerusalem, Port City on the Shores of Eternity."

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