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Who Reads Poetry?

Who Reads Poetry?

Date de sortie : 2018-03-21
℗ & © 2017 Neha Kumari
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Date de sortie : 2018-03-21
℗ & © 2017 Neha Kumari
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Amy Lawless reads Robert Frost

Amy Lawless reads Robert Frost

We read and discuss the death drive in "Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening" by Robert Frost. Amy brings up various poems written in response to her imagination of Frost. We talk about surviving winters, peas and making of a poet.
Durée : 53:28
Amy is an exceedingly fierce and hilarious poet whose most recent work Broadax is fresh off the press. Broadax is an exploration of being fearless in a world where fear is weaponized to keep women compliant. Amy brings to us her life long hate love of Robert Frost and reads Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening. You get to hear this popular poem in a completely different albeit dark light. The conversation travels from hatred of poetry to peas and poetry as a form of rebellion. You will learn afresh that peas can not be eaten with ease. We reimagine Frost's darling poem and surmise the meaning of it as he may or may not have intended.
Id. d’épisode : 1000407094024
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Date de publication : 21/3/2018 à 20:00:00

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Who Reads Poetry is an attempt to understand poems through the reader. The reader is the person who attaches meaning to the poem with their voice and the time they have spent carrying the poem with them. In every episode we sit down with a person and their treasured piece of poetry and whip up a conversation around it. You may have noticed that sometimes it is easier to see beauty through some one else's eyes (in this case voice). Given the wealth of literature and poetry out there, discovering what you may love is a hard problem. Machines can shift through pages but they can't find meaning. Meaning is something all of us create for ourselves and each other. We are the best curators of this beautiful universe for each other. Here we go about trying to do just that!

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