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In the Dark Wood


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JENI COUZYN presents an anthology of contemporary love poetrv by women. She suggests that the world of love is no longer the beautiful garden of C. S. Lewis , but rather a dark wood where women are trapped In a labyrinth of pain and rage
Poems by Fleur Adeock
Louise Gliick , Denise Levertov Sylvia Plath , Kathleen Raine
Anne Sexton , and Stevie Smith among others, are read by JENI COUZYN , LIBBY HOUSTON
PENELOPE LEE , ELIZABETH PROUD and the authors themselves Producer GEORGE MACBETH followed by an interlude


Unknown: Jeni Couzyn
Unknown: C. S. Lewis
Unknown: Fleur Adeock
Unknown: Louise Gliick
Unknown: Denise Levertov
Unknown: Sylvia Plath
Unknown: Kathleen Raine
Unknown: Anne Sexton
Unknown: Stevie Smith
Read By: Jeni Couzyn
Read By: Libby Houston
Read By: Penelope Lee
Producer: George MacBeth

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