Enjoyed this address by Crawford, thoughtful and saying some things that
need to be said, though I don't agree with all of his remarks about
Marina itself. But what I especially enjoyed was his recitation of the
poetry. Other than the poet's own, I've never heard a recital of Eliot's
poetry that I wanted to hear again until hearing Crawford's. It'd be
grand if he could be convinced to do a more extensive reading that could
be made available on disc or mp3.
On 3/30/2016 2:30 PM, Chanan Mittal wrote:
> A breath of pine
> T S Eliot's Daughter (Warton Lecture 2009), by Robert Crawford -
> British Academy
> Just in case you hadn't heard it.