All Programs / Library of Congress lectures II

Lectures and readings from the Library of Congress, 1967-68 season. This prog.: Poetry readings and discussions with James Dickey, moderator, and participants Ben Belitt and John Frederick Nims.For series info, see Item 3701. This prog.: The Writing and Reading of Fiction is discussed by James Dickey, Peter Taylor, and John Updike.For series info, see Item 3701. This prog.: Metaphor as Pure Adventure is the topic for Library of Congress Poetry Consultant James Dickey.For series info, see Item 3701. This prog.: Mark Van Doren is heard in the annual Carl Sandburg Memorial Lecture.For series info, see Item 3701. This prog.: Television as a medium for the literary artist is one of the topics covered in a lecture by Rod Serling.For series info, see Item 3701. This prog.: Alexander Scourby is heard in a dramatic presentation, "Walt Whitman's America," with particular emphasis on the Lincoln theme.For series info, see Item 3701. This prog.: Poetry Readings and Discussions with James Dickey, moderator, and participants Josephine Miles and Elder OlsonFor series info, see Item 3701. This prog.: Novelists John Cheever and Reynolds Price read from their prose works and discuss the state of fiction in the U.S. today.For series info, see Item 3701. This prog.: Norma Millay reads from the Collected Poems of her sister, Edna St. Vincent Millay.

Available Episodes

1968-10-31Program 9 of 900:28:42
1968-10-31Program 9 of 900:26:18
1968-10-31Program 9 of 900:25:18
1968-10-29Program 8 of 900:26:09
1968-10-29Program 8 of 900:28:00
1968-10-29Program 8 of 900:17:38
1968-10-21Program 7 of 900:28:54
1968-10-21Program 7 of 900:29:50
1968-10-14Program 6 of 900:27:09
1968-10-14Program 6 of 900:28:06
1968-10-04Program 5 of 900:29:00
1968-10-04Program 5 of 900:25:44
1968-09-27Program 4 of 900:25:16
1968-09-27Program 4 of 900:20:00
1968-09-23Program 3 of 900:22:17
1968-09-23Program 3 of 900:23:46
1968-09-17Program 2 of 900:30:07
1968-09-17Program 2 of 900:30:17
1968-09-09Program 1 of 900:28:51
1968-09-09Program 1 of 900:30:32