Paul Zimmer reading his poems with comment in the Recording Laboratory, May 8, 1972. (Audiobook, 1972) [WorldCat.org]
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Paul Zimmer reading his poems with comment in the Recording Laboratory, May 8, 1972.

Author: Paul Zimmer; Archive of Recorded Poetry and Literature (Library of Congress)
Publisher: 1972.
Edition/Format:   Audiobook : Reel-to-reel tape : English
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Mr. Zimmer reads from his collected volumes of poetry, The ribs of death and The republic of many voices.
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Material Type: Audio book, etc.
Document Type: Sound Recording
All Authors / Contributors: Paul Zimmer; Archive of Recorded Poetry and Literature (Library of Congress)
OCLC Number: 30666175
Notes: Recorded for the Archive of Recorded Poetry and Literature.
Description: 1 audiotape reel (approximately 61 min.) : analog, 7 1/2 ips, 1 track, mono ; 10 in.
Contents: From The ribs of death: Two studies of Mary Dodd (Part 1. The man ; Part 2. The boy) ; Wanda and the unwashed wise man ; Alphonse loses his love in autumn ; Aged Alphonse disparages himself ; Alphonse remembers what the people's thoughts will be when he is gone ; Apple blight --
From The republic of many voices: The morphology of Peregrine ; Peregrine at puberty ; On a windy day Zimmer gives sixteen lines to Peregrine ; The failure of all postmen to bring love to Peregrine ; Peregrine at the height of his cycle ; Peregrine retreating from under strong weather ; Peregrine cowed by the robust landscape ; Old Peregrine wishes to retreat ; The growing substraction of Peregrine ; Peregrine as a dirty old man find Hephzibah ; Peregrine in love at last with Hephzibah ; Peregrine dies tolling a bell on the landscape of Hephzibah. Zimmer's head thudding against the blackboard ; Zimmer guilty of the burnt girl ; Zimmer and his turtle sink the house ; Zimmer as a gentlemen in the presence of a bear ; Julian barely misses Zimmer's brains ; Entering the storm, unable to swim, Zimmer, Rollo, Cecil are saved ; Zimmer see Willis make the train ; The night a sandstorm blew Zimmer's tent away and he was born again ; Zimmer and Lester flying low ; Zimmer sees San Pasquel as a place for love ; Zimmer's territories, his migrations ; Zimmer drunk and alone, dreaming of old football games ; Zimmer's love poem after a hard dream ; Zimmer warns himself with vivid images against old age ; Thurman dreaming in right field ; Alonzo frozen and falling with the crystals of the air ; Willis in the rise and fall of trainscape ; Julian dreams of being under the trees ; Nigel and Miranda after the storms of love ; Luke dies of poetry ; Barney doffs his cap to his interior tiger --
From The ribs of death: Mr. Handel's music for the royal fireworks ; First mate Joseph Conrad --
From The republic of many voices: Zimmer bids farewell and greeting to the republic of many voices.
Other Titles: Poems.

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Mr. Zimmer reads from his collected volumes of poetry, The ribs of death and The republic of many voices.

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by selig (WorldCat user published 2021-10-22) Excellent Permalink

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