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Author: Ezra Pound, Marianne Moore, Philip Levine, Richard Eberhart, Robert Graves, Stephen Spender, Vachel Lindsay, various authors Narrator: Robert Graves, Ezra Pound, Richard Eberhart, Philip Levine, Marianne Moore, Stephen Spender, Vachel Lindsay, various authors Publisher: Listen & Live Audio Format: Unabridged Audiobook Delivery: Instant Download Audio Length: Release Date: February 2010 ISBN: 9781593165192
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Hear rare recordings from some of the world's most-respected poets reading their own works: Ezra Pound, “Old Men With Beautiful Manners”; William Butler Yeats, “The Lake Isle Of Innisfree”; Robert Graves, “A Last Poem”; Edna St. Vincent Millay, “The Harp-Weaver”; Richard Eberhart, “The Groundhog”; Philip Levine, “Blasting From Heaven”; Marianne Moore, “The Mind Is An Enchanting Thing”; Stephen Spender, “What I Expected”; Vachel Lindsay, “An Interpolation By Mr. Lindsay.” Recording obtained and published by Rick Sheridan. Download and start listening now!


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About the Author

Robert Graves (1895–1985) was an English poet, translator, and novelist, one of the leading English men of letters in the twentieth century. He fought in World War I and won international acclaim in 1929 with the publication of his memoir of the First World War, Good-bye to All That. After the war, he was granted a classical scholarship at Oxford and subsequently went to Egypt as the first professor of English at the University of Cairo. He is most noted for his series of novels about the Roman emperor Claudius and his works on mythology, such as The White Goddess.

About the Narrator

Clayborne Carson, PhD, was a participant and observer of African American political movements during his undergraduate years at UCLA. Since receiving his doctorate in 1975, he has taught at Stanford University, where he is now professor of history and director of the King Papers Project. He has also been a visiting professor at American University, the University of California, Berkeley, and Emory University and a fellow at the Center for the Advanced Study in the Behavioral Sciences at Stanford. His scholarly publications have focused on African American protest movements and the political thought of the period after World War II. His writings have appeared in leading historical journals and numerous encyclopedias, as well as in popular periodicals. His first book, In Struggle: SNCC and the Black Awakening of the 1960s, won the Frederick Jackson Turner Award of the Organization of American Historians. Dr. Carson has lectured at many colleges and universities in the United States and abroad on a wide range of topics, including King, Malcolm X, the Black Panther Party, Black-Jewish relations, and the need for a multi-cultural curriculum.