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The writing life. / Roland Flint talks with Robert Hass

Author: Roland Flint; Robert Hass; Howard County Poetry and Literature Society.; Howard Community College.; Cable Eight (Television station : Howard County, Md.)
Publisher: Columbia, Md. : The Society, ©1996.
Edition/Format:   VHS video : VHS tape   Visual material : English
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Robert Hass reads and discusses "The churchyard" and "A story about the body" drawn from his four books of poetry, of which Sun under wood is the most recent. He also read "A confession" by Czeslaw Milosz. He sketches the history of haiku and closes with his translations of three great masters: Basho, ̄ Busan and Issa.
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Named Person: Robert Hass; Roland Flint
Material Type: Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Roland Flint; Robert Hass; Howard County Poetry and Literature Society.; Howard Community College.; Cable Eight (Television station : Howard County, Md.)
OCLC Number: 37416782
Notes: Title on container: The writing life: Roland Flint hosts Robert Hass.
Event notes: Taped March 27, 1996 at the Howard Community College Television Studio, Columbia, Md.
Description: 1 videocassette (VHS) (30 min.) : sd., col. ; 1/2 in.
Details: VHS.
Responsibility: Howard County Poetry and Literature Society with the Howard Community College Television Studio ; host, Roland Flint ; producer, Ellen Conroy Kennedy ; director, Cheryl Magill ; Editor, Karen D. Hinds.

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Robert Hass reads and discusses "The churchyard" and "A story about the body" drawn from his four books of poetry, of which Sun under wood is the most recent. He also read "A confession" by Czeslaw Milosz. He sketches the history of haiku and closes with his translations of three great masters: Basho, ̄ Busan and Issa.

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