Dylan Thomas reading.


[New York, N.Y.] : Caedmon ; Elk Grove Village, Ill. : Mfd. by Ampex, [196-?] .

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Other Title Spine title of v. 2.: Dylan Thomas reading his poetry
Subjects English poetry -- 20th century.
English poetry.
Poetry, Modern -- 20th century.
Poetry, Modern.
Description <3> audiocassettes : 1 7/8 ips, 2-track, stereo ; 2 1/2 x 4 in.
Notes Caedmon: CD 51018 (v. 2); CDM 51018 (on container).
Poems and a short story.
Recorded in New York June 2, 1953.
Program notes in container.
Contents v. 1. A child's Christmas in Wales ; Fern Hill ; Do not go gentle into that good night ; In the white giant's thigh ; Ballad of the long-legged bait ; Ceremony after a fire raid -- v. 2. Lament ; Poem on his birthday ; Should lanterns shine ; There was a Saviour ; A refusal to mourn the death, by fire, of a child in London ; If I were tickled by the rub of love ; And death shall have no dominion ; A winter's tale --v. 3. A visit to America ; The bards / Walter de la Mare ; Master and Bos'n song / W.H. Auden ; As I walked out one evening / W.H. Auden ; Chard Witlow: Mr. T.S. Eliot's sunday evening broadcast postscript ; Henry Reid ; Naming of parts / Henry Reid ; The owl /Edward Thomas ; Broken appointment ; Thomas Hardy ; To Lisbie Brown / Thomas Hardy ; In death divided /Thomas Hardy.
Lament.--Poem on his birthday.--Should lanterns shine.--There was a savior.--A refusal to mourn the death, by fire, of a child in London.--If I were tickled by the rub of love.--And death shall have no dominion.--A winter's tale.
Manufacture Numbers CD 51018 Caedmon
CDM 51018 Caedmon
Publisher Numbers CD 51018 Caedmon
CDM 51018 Caedmon
Network Numbers (OCoLC)ocm42569587
(OCoLC)42569587
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