Three lectures on poetry by W. H. Auden
3-On Writing Poetry Today
Having, in earlier lectures, discussed what poetry is about and how it is written, Mr. Auden now considers the special problem of writing poetry in our advanced technological society.
(The recorded broadcast of June 22)
Prepared for performance by Leonard Isaacs
Played by the London Harpsichord Ensemble
This version of The Art of Fugue was prepared for the London Harpsichord Ensemble. The various fugues and canons are scored for different combinations of instruments; the fourteenth fugue is omitted, as Bach left it unfinished.
Part 2: Wednesday at 20.15 Part 3: Saturday at 22.35
A monthly review" of cultural and political trends in the U.S.S.R.
Moscow after Ten Years
A talk by John Lawrence , who lived in the Soviet Union from 1942 to 1945 as British Press Attache and Editor of The British Ally.
Mr. Lawrence has recently returned from a visit to Moscow.
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