Voices & visions. in her own image / a CVH, New York Center for Visual History production ; director, Jeffrey Schon ; producers, Robert Chapman, David Schmerler. 8, Marianne Moore :

Funny, formidable, and paradoxical, the poet and her work are analyzed by critics and friends, including Monroe Wheeler, Grace Shulman, and Patricia Willis. Her most memorable poems display her power of observation and moral force. About the Series: The lives and works of 13 renowned American poets...

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Online Access:Streaming video from Academic Video Online
Other Authors: Schon, Jeffrey (Director) Schmerler, David (Producer) Chapman, Robert L. 1946- (Producer) Maloney, Peter (Narrator)
Format: Video
Language:English
Published:District of Columbia : Annenberg Learner, 1988.
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Summary:Funny, formidable, and paradoxical, the poet and her work are analyzed by critics and friends, including Monroe Wheeler, Grace Shulman, and Patricia Willis. Her most memorable poems display her power of observation and moral force. About the Series: The lives and works of 13 renowned American poets are interpreted through dramatic readings, archival photographs, dance, performances, and interviews in this inspiring series. Illustrative poems in each program are accompanied by insights into their historical and cultural connections. The series covers the terminology of poetry and the larger role of poets in American and world literature studies. Poets include Langston Hughes, Robert Frost, Emily Dickinson, and Elizabeth Bishop.
Item Description:Title from resource description page (viewed August 14, 2018).
Physical Description:1 online resource (57 minutes)
Playing Time:00:57:08
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