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First of two talks by Kathleen Nott
Mrs. Nott looks at some of the views on culture put forward by such critics as T. S. Eliot , Raymond Williams ,
Richard Hoggart , C. P. Snow, and F R Leavis. She believes that they all tend to neglect or misinterpret, in favour of some partial and generally much too abstract definition of their own, not only the moral and imaginative meaning of culture but the real and formative influence of particular creative minds. This is more remarkable in the case of Dr. Leavis whose moral and imaginative hero is D. H. Lawrence , and whose moral assessment of Lawrence is discussed in the second talk, on April 14-

Contributors

Unknown:
Kathleen Nott
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T. S. Eliot
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Raymond Williams
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Richard Hoggart
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D. H. Lawrence

The first of two programmes recorded in America by D.G. Bridson
In these recordings Robert Penn Warren discusses his work and remembers his early years in Kentucky. The programme includes readings from some of his later poetry.
Reader, James Dyrenforth

Contributors

Interviewer:
D. G. Bridson
Interviewee:
Robert Penn Warren
Reader:
James Dyrenforth

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