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Archive of Recorded Poetry and Literature (Washington, DC) German National Library

VIAF ID: 168337165 (Corporate)

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ISNI: 0000  0001  2225  8369 

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American poetry at the mid-century. Library of Congress/NACO
Bicentennial poetry discussion Library of Congress/NACO
Coggerers Library of Congress/NACO
The cultures of American poetry lecture Library of Congress/NACO
Dolores Kendrick Library of Congress/NACO
Enduring Lincoln Library of Congress/NACO
Enjoyment of poetry. Library of Congress/NACO
Enoch Arden Library of Congress/NACO
Fam and Yam Library of Congress/NACO
Federal Theatre plays. Library of Congress/NACO
Last days of Lincoln. Library of Congress/NACO
Lincoln sesquicentennial lectures Library of Congress/NACO
Linda Pastan Library of Congress/NACO
Macbeth Library of Congress/NACO
Maria Gillan Library of Congress/NACO
Michael Glaser Library of Congress/NACO
Moby Dick. Library of Congress/NACO
National Poetry Festival. Library of Congress/NACO
Odyssey. Library of Congress/NACO
Oresteia. Library of Congress/NACO
Phèdre. Library of Congress/NACO
Poems. Library of Congress/NACO
The poet and the poem from the Library of Congress. Library of Congress/NACO
Poetry and drama T.S. Eliot delivering the first Theodore D. Spencer lecture at Harvard University in November 1950. Library of Congress/NACO
Poetry from the United Kingdom Michael Hofmann, Paul Muldoon, Craig Raine, and Carol Rumens reading their poems. Library of Congress/NACO
Poets and anthologists a look at the current poet-packaging process, with historical asides : a lecture Library of Congress/NACO
Questions to an artist who is also an author a conversation between Maurice Sendak and Virginia Haviland. Library of Congress/NACO
A.R. Ammons reading from his collection of poems entitled Garbage Library of Congress/NACO
A reading by 2000-01 Poet Laureate Consultant in Poetry Stanley Kunitz in the Coolidge Auditorium, May 9, 2001 Library of Congress/NACO
A reading of Edna St. Vincent Millay poems Library of Congress/NACO
Rebecca Wee Library of Congress/NACO
Remembering Mr. Maugham a dramatic reading. Library of Congress/NACO
Returning to Earth. Library of Congress/NACO
Richard Hugo reading his poems with comment at station KCTS-TV, Seattle, Washington, May 19, 1961 Library of Congress/NACO
Richard Wilbur reading his poems and discussing them with Randall Jarrell Library of Congress/NACO
Robert Frost speaking and reading at various times, 1948-1962 Library of Congress/NACO
Robert Frost speaking in the Coolidge Auditorium to the high school honor students of the Washington area, Oct. 15, 1958 Library of Congress/NACO
Robert Penn Warren reading his poems with comment, Dec. 5, 1955 Library of Congress/NACO
Robert Pinsky Library of Congress/NACO
Russia's conspiracy of feelings a poet's view after visiting the Soviet Union : lecture Library of Congress/NACO
Sara Henderson Hay recording her poems at the City College of New York, June 7, 1938, and May 16, 1940 Library of Congress/NACO
Selections. Library of Congress/NACO
Sherod Santos and Gjertrud Schnackenberg reading their poems Library of Congress/NACO
Shirley Kaufman reading from her own poems and from her translations of the works of Abba Kovner in the Recording Laboratory, Mar. 5, 1974 Library of Congress/NACO
Short stories. Library of Congress/NACO
Simple presence of geese Library of Congress/NACO
Some of my beginnings and what I feel right now Library of Congress/NACO
Sprechen sie Brecht a Brechtspiel Library of Congress/NACO
Stage struck (1953) a program presented by the Columbia Broadcasting System, Oct. 2, 1953. Library of Congress/NACO
Stamping a tiny foot against God some American women poets writing between the two wars : lecture. Library of Congress/NACO
Stanley Plumly Library of Congress/NACO
Surly verses for the holidays, from D.H. Lawrence to E.E. Cummings and far beyond readings Library of Congress/NACO
Susan Mitchell and Charles Wright reading their poems Library of Congress/NACO
Ted Kooser Library of Congress/NACO
Tempest Library of Congress/NACO
This is my America poems from the Washington Post. Library of Congress/NACO
Toi Derricotte Library of Congress/NACO
Tropic of Capricorn. Library of Congress/NACO
The troubled citizen Ralph Barton Perry delivering the Phi Beta Kappa address at Harvard University, June 18, 1951. Library of Congress/NACO
Turning point. Library of Congress/NACO
Vernon Scannell reading his poems with comment at Recorded Sound, Ltd., London, England, Jan. 9, 1963 Library of Congress/NACO
The voices of Ireland a recitation given in the East Room of the White House, May 27, 1964. Library of Congress/NACO
Wallace Stevens reading his poems at the YMHA Poetry Center, New York City, April 14, 1954 Library of Congress/NACO
The war and the future lecture Library of Congress/NACO
What's American about American poetry? a panel discussion with Joseph Brodsky, Mark Strand, Rosanna Warren, David Lehman. Library of Congress/NACO
Willa Cather, the paradox of success lecture Library of Congress/NACO
William Jay Smith reading his poems and translations in North Pownal, Vt., April 21, 1958 Library of Congress/NACO
William Meredith conducting a seminar for high school teachers of poetry in the Woodrow Wilson Room, Nov. 30, 1978 Library of Congress/NACO
William Meredith in an interview with Daniel Lusk for National Public Radio Library of Congress/NACO
William Meredith reading his poems with comment in the Recording Laboratory, Oct. 25, 1962 Library of Congress/NACO
William Stafford reading his poems with comment at Lewis and Clark College, Portland, Or., Sept. 18, 1958 Library of Congress/NACO
Works. Library of Congress/NACO
The writer speaks. Library of Congress/NACO
Young voices from the nation's capital a poetry reading by Washington, D.C., public school students. Library of Congress/NACO
Yvor Winters reading his poems at Stanford University, Stanford, Calif., July 2, 1945 Library of Congress/NACO

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