A dialogue on Paradise Lost by T. S. Gregory
S. T. Coleridge. CARLETON HOBBS Produced by CHRISTOPHER HOLME who writes:
The recent readings from Paradise Lost have reminded us that Milton the man and poet was the subject of as much controversy in earlier centuries as he is today. In imagining the kind of talk that the poet-philosopher Coleridge and the historian Carlyle might have had about Mihon with a young Scottish contemporary, T. S. Gregory has contrived also to bring a modern critique to bear on Milton's theology.
To be repeuted on July 25
A Bambara folk tale from Mali
A story of the exploits of rwo warriors, torn by their rivalry and united by their chivalry. Transcribed by Mallam Hampate Ba and translated by Una Maclean Storyteller, ANDRE DAKAR
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