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Author: Edward Dorn; Allen De Loach; State University of New York at Buffalo. Poetry Collection.
Publisher: [Buffalo, N.Y. : Poetry Collection, University at Buffalo, 2009, 1964?]
Edition/Format:   Audiobook on CD : CD audio : EnglishView all editions and formats
Publication:Poetry Collection Audio Archive. Intrepid Collection. INT190A.
Database:WorldCat
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Dorn reads poems that are mostly from the book Hands up which was published in 1964 by Totem Press. One poem Dorn reads from this group is an early version of The sea corner, of the eye. The other poems are from The newly fallen (1961) and Geography (1965).
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Material Type: Audio book, etc.
Document Type: Sound Recording
All Authors / Contributors: Edward Dorn; Allen De Loach; State University of New York at Buffalo. Poetry Collection.
OCLC Number: 692719280
Notes: Title supplied by cataloger.
Compact disc. Original is reel-to-reel tape.
Audio archival digital conversion of reading was made possible through a 2009 National Endowment for the Humanities grant to the Poetry Collection, University at Buffalo. Cataloging completed using the service copy compact disc.
Event notes: Recorded by Allen De Loach on a 7 inch Scotch reel-to-reel. The date and the location of this reading by Edward Dorn are not specified, but it is thought to be in Buffalo, N.Y. in 1964. The title on the original container of the recording is "Private reading of new poems to be published as 'Hands up.'" Poetry Collection acquired recording from De Loach.
Description: 1 sound disc (64 min., 13 sec.) : digital ; 4 3/4 in.
Contents: Hands up --
The deer's eye the hunter's nose --
Oh don't ask why --
Obituary --
The sea corner, of the eye --
Hemlocks --
On the debt my mother owed to Sears Roebuck --
The song is ended for Nellie Lecher --
In my youth I was a tireless dancer --
The poet --
Time blonde ---
Unlike music --
The air of June sings --
In the morning --
Time to burn --
The pronouncement --
Parlor car beer --
The biggest killing --
Prayers for the people of the world --
Like a message on Sunday --
Geranium --
The open road --
The song --
Our tent --
The argument is --
The hammer lot --
And thus --
If it should ever come --
Three farm poems, 1. Goodbye to Illinois --
The land below.
Responsibility: Edward Dorn.

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Dorn reads poems that are mostly from the book Hands up which was published in 1964 by Totem Press. One poem Dorn reads from this group is an early version of The sea corner, of the eye. The other poems are from The newly fallen (1961) and Geography (1965).

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