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Fri Mar 21 17:09:44 2014 UTClccn-n951140410.00Poetry Speaks Who Am I0.181.00Maria Tallchief receives National Medal of Arts [and] Baby Alexandra at Washington D.C. Hotel26317265Elise_Paschenn 951140413964073lccn-n85080336Mosby, Rebekah Pressonlccn-n81029049Osgood, Charleslccn-no2005108502Wendland, Paula Zinngrabeilllccn-n00023453Rasmussen, Wendy1952-illlccn-n83155618Love, Judith DuFourilllccn-n2001025900Raccah, Dominiquelccn-n79097095Peacock, Molly1947-lccn-n95114045Neches, Neillccn-n77006958Collins, Billyspklccn-n79018506Kennedy, X. J.Paschen, EliseCriticism, interpretation, etcPoetryDissertations, AcademicEnglish poetryAmerican poetryChildren's poetry, AmericanChildren's poetry, EnglishPoetryWomenAnimalsChildren's poetryNichols, Madeleine MPaschen, EliseHoward, Richard,Dance in literatureDanceMass mediaPerforming artsLiteratureLeClerc, Paul,AwardsBrailleCorn, Alfred,Jenkins, Nicholas,Mason, FrancisGraham, MarthaCreative writingGarafola, LynnKirstein, Lincoln,Young adult poetry, AmericanTechniqueFuller, Loie,D'Amboise, Jacques,Mendelson, EdwardMy life (Duncan, Isadora)Art Institute of Chicago.--SchoolBalletHammond, Mary StewartWomen as literary charactersWashington (D.C.)Ashbery, John,Whitman, Walt,Tallchief, MariaYeats, W. B.--(William Butler),Emerson, Ralph Waldo,Eady, Cornelius,195919851988198919961999200120022003200420052006200720092010201351303165811.509PS323.5ocn061295906ocn707186354ocn855791258ocn10094862319017ocn046729211book20010.22Poetry speaks : hear great poets read their work from Tennyson to PlathCriticism, interpretation, etcCombining the talents of great poets past and living, their words written and spoken, this collection features the authors themselves reading their poetry on audio CD. Contributors range from Alfred, Lord Tennyson to Sylvia Plath and Langston Hughes. Additional poems in print form allow the reader to further explore the poets' works+-+157262520612187ocn061295906book20050.06Poetry speaks to childrenA collection of poems that can be read or listened to with the accompanying CD. The poems on the CD are read by the poets themselves+-+74785775967757ocn318874903book20100.14Poetry speaks who I amCollects more than one hundred poems for young readers, with selections by Maya Angelou, Arthur Sze, Langston Hughes, Edgar Allan Poe, Walt Whitman, William Butler Yeats, and others; and includes an audio CD with some of the poets reading their works+-+99256775965544ocn172521685book20070.18Poetry speaks expanded : hear poets from Tennyson to Plath read their own workCriticism, interpretation, etcCollects works by forty-seven important poets, arranged chronologically by birth order from Alfred, Lord Tennyson, to Sylvia Plath, and includes biographies, essays by accomplished contemporary poets, and CD recordings of each featured poet reading his or her own works+-+57156775964101ocn033897692book19960.24Poetry in motion : 100 poems from the subways and busesOne hundred poems from the poetry placards in New York City's subway and buses. Amid ads for mace and cockroach exterminators, a happy glimmer in 16 lines or less. From Sappho, to W. H. Auden, to Chu Chen Po+-+82248584851463ocn035305194book19960.70Paschen, EliseInfidelitiesPoetry+-+1371170336575ocn312729128book20090.25Paschen, EliseBestiary : poemsPoetry+-+1686452406212ocn230325059rcrd20050.06Poetry speaks to childrenA collection of poems that can be listened to or read with the accompanying book. The poems on the CD are read by some of the poets themselves+-+7478577596131ocn012975099book19850.93Paschen, EliseHouses : coasts56ocn557258799book19880.47Paschen, EliseYeats's revisions of his female personae poems51ocn166232617rcrd20060.47Poetry on record. 98 poets read their work, 1888-2006Compilation of poems read by various authors, recorded from 1888 to 2006+-+889984382532442ocn253906272book20070.10Poetry speaks expanded : hear great poets read their work from Tennyson to PlathCriticism, interpretation, etc+-+571567759621ocn631032403rcrd20070.47Poetry speaks expanded hear poets from Tennyson to Plath read their own workCriticism, interpretation, etc+-+571567759621ocn232700379book20010.10The voices of poetry : celebrating poetry from Tennyson to PlathCriticism, interpretation, etc+-+157262520621ocn830320122book20010.10Poetry speaks : hear the voice of the poet from Tennyson to PlathCriticism, interpretation, etc+-+157262520611ocn859337473visu19991.00Maria Tallchief receives National Medal of Arts [and] Baby Alexandra at Washington D.C. HotelMaria Tallchief receiving the National Medal of Arts and visiting in a Wash. D.C. hotel room with daughter Elise Paschen and granddaughter, Alexandra11ocn855791258book20130.47Martin, LaurenA panaceaDissertations, Academic11ocn741432547rcrd20010.47Poetry speaks hear great poets read their work from Tennyson to Plath+-+157262520611ocn065373370book19850.47Poetry from Great Britain : a special issue11ocn779988158book2009Paschen, ElisePoetry Speaks Who Am I+-+992567759611ocn040257308visu19961.00The Poetry and Dance Festival, Poets who write about dancePoetryPart of a three-day Poetry and Dance Festival. Three American poets read works by themselves and others11ocn040257307visu19961.00The Poetry and Dance Festival, Tribute to Lincoln KirsteinPart of the three-day Poetry and Dance Festival. Reading of Lincoln Kirstein's poetry by John Ashbery, Jacques d'Amboise, Lynn Garafola, Richard Howard, Paul LeClerc, and Edward Mendelson, with an introduction by Nicholas Jenkins, Kirstein's literary executor11ocn040257341visu19961.00The Poetry and Dance Festival, Lecture: Dance and the American soulPoetryPart of a three-day Poetry and Dance Festival. In his lecture, poet Richard Howard "traces the trajectory of dance and the American soul" from Ralph Waldo Emerson and Walt Whitman through the American dancers Loie Fuller, Isadora Duncan, and Martha Graham, quoting from their writings. He ends the lecture by reading three of his own poems+-+1572625206+-+1572625206Fri Mar 21 15:46:34 EDT 2014batch13247