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Archive of Recorded Poetry and Literature (Library of Congress) National Library of Australia Library of Congress/NACO ISNI-test

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

VIAF ID: 168337165 (Corporate)

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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
The 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
The 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
Poets W.S. Graham, David Gascoyne, Kathleen Raine reading their poems Library of Congress/NACO
O rare Ben Jonson! a program of poems and songs celebrating the 400th anniversary of Jonson's birth. Library of Congress/NACO
A reading by Jia Pingwa of dramatic scenes from his novel Turbulence Library of Congress/NACO
Readings in Afro-American poetry Gwendolyn Brooks, Michael S. Harper, and Robert Hayden reading their own poems and those of other Afro-American poets. Library of Congress/NACO
Reasons for poetry some roles contemporary poets see themselves fulfilling Library of Congress/NACO
Rebecca Wee Library of Congress/NACO
Reminiscences of Merrill Moore Library of Congress/NACO
The revolution in literature lecture Library of Congress/NACO
Robert Lowell Library of Congress/NACO
Robert Pinsky Library of Congress/NACO
Rolfe Humphries reading his poems with comment at his home in Belvidere, N.J., June 16, 1958 Library of Congress/NACO
The scandal of T.S. Eliot Library of Congress/NACO
Selections. Library of Congress/NACO
Shakespeare and the common touch lecture Library of Congress/NACO
Short stories. 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 Kunitz Library of Congress/NACO
Stephen Spender reading his poems in the house of the president of Wheaton College, Norton, Massachusetts, April 23, 1955 Library of Congress/NACO
Stepping out the poet in the world : lecture Library of Congress/NACO
Sylvia Plath reading her poems in Springfield, Mass, Apr. 18, 1958 Library of Congress/NACO
Syndicated Fiction Project award winners' reading readings by Max Apple, Richard Bausch, Faye Moskowitz, three of the winners of the 1993 annual best syndicated fiction awards. Library of Congress/NACO
T.S. Eliot recorded at the Sanders Theatre, Harvard University, in the spring of 1945 Library of Congress/NACO
Ted Kooser Library of Congress/NACO
Tempest Library of Congress/NACO
Thomas Francis Parkinson reading his poems with comment at station KPFK in Berkeley, Calif., Jan. 25, 1963 Library of Congress/NACO
Toi Derricotte Library of Congress/NACO
Turning point. Library of Congress/NACO
The unfaltering lamp homage to thirteen centuries of English poetry. Library of Congress/NACO
Uwe Herms reading his poems and fiction in English and German with comment Library of Congress/NACO
Vishnevyĭ sad. Library of Congress/NACO
The vision of Vasavadatta Library of Congress/NACO
Vox Poetica Repertory Company presenting Jeffers's Tower beyond tragedy in the Coolidge Auditorium, Feb. 9, 1956 Library of Congress/NACO
W.B. Yeats' second puberty a lecture Library of Congress/NACO
W.H. Auden reading his poems in the Coolidge Auditorium, Jan. 24, 1948 Library of Congress/NACO
W. Somerset Maugham presenting the autograph manuscript of his Of human bondage to the Library of Congress, Apr. 20, 1946 Library of Congress/NACO
Walk together, children a program of dramatic recitations of works by Afro-American writers. Library of Congress/NACO
What is poetry tape recording from KOAC, Oregon School of the Air. Library of Congress/NACO
What makes modern poetry modern lecture and reading Library of Congress/NACO
When in disgrace with fortune and men's eyes Library of Congress/NACO
Whitman the philosopher lecture Library of Congress/NACO
Willa Cather, the paradox of success lecture Library of Congress/NACO
William Heyen reading his poems with comment in the Recording Laboratory, Feb. 8, 1973 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 Van O'Connor reading his poems and a short story in Minneapolis, Minnesota, March 24, 1957 Library of Congress/NACO
Winfield Townley Scott reading his poems with comment in Providence, Rhode Island, May 16, 1951 Library of Congress/NACO
Works. Library of Congress/NACO
The writer speaks. Library of Congress/NACO

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