3 Dozen Poems: From the Writer's Almanac, Various
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3 Dozen Poems: From the Writer's Almanac

Author: Various

Narrator: Garrison Keillor

Unabridged: 1 hr 20 min

Format: Digital Audiobook

Publisher: Highbridge Audio

Published: 08/01/2009

Genre: Poetry - Anthologies (multiple Authors)

Synopsis

The favorite poems from Garrison Keillor's daily radio program The Writer's Almanac.Selections include:  Ge Mig En Dag (Scandinavian traditional) Abecedary (Thomas Disch) Old Mother Hubbard (traditional) Frankenstein (Edward Field) Names of Horses (Donald Hall) To One Who Asked Me Why I Love J.G. (Ephelia) What I Learned from My Mother (Julie Kasdorf) When Adam Was Created (anonymous)   Shall I Compare Thee to a Summer's Day? (William Shakespeare) Casey Jones (anonymous) I Think to Live (Emily Dickenson) Fallacy of Experience (William Harmon) Crocodile (William Jay Smith) Spring (Mary Oliver) I Go Back to May, 1937 (Sharon Olds) Language of Crows (Louis Jenkins)

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