Reader: Hall, Donald

Accession Number - 1331

Date: 03/28/96
Length: 50 minutes
Tape Quality: good
Collection: Poetry Center
Ethnicity: white
Language: English
Use Policy: available
Content: From Otherwise by Jane Kenyon: "Happiness," "Reading Aloud to My Father," "The Shirt," and "Afternoon at MacDowell." From The Old Life: "My aunt, the English teacher...," "When I asked Wallace Stevens...," "Edwin and Willa Muir translated Kafka...," "It didn't matter that I had toasted the Queen...." From Old and New Poems: "The first snow every year...," "Jane spent the morning...," and "Without." From Old and New Poems: "My son My Executioner," "Old Timers' Day," "The Day I Was Older," "Old Roses," and "On Reaching the Age of Two Hundred." Catacalos, Rosemary (Intro.)

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