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Fri Mar 21 17:03:33 2014 UTClccn-n500473560.27Moby Dick0.691.00[Interview with Henry Reed112412554Henry_Reed_(poet)n 5004735682441lccn-n79065046Stallworthy, Jonauiedtlccn-n81061546Betti, Ugo1892-1953lccn-n80115696Bliss, Arthur1891-1975cmplccn-n82042913Ulster Orchestraprflccn-n84041959Finnie, Lindaprflccn-n50033430Theocrituslccn-n79035965Wallfisch, Raphael1953-prflccn-n81012221Handley, Vernoncndfast-801923Ahab, Captain (Fictitious character)lccn-n50053936Ransom, John Crowe1888-1974Reed, Henry1914-1986FictionHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etcDramaMusical settingsChurch historyPoetryJuvenile worksFranceFathers and daughtersFrance--ParisOlder menManners and customsFrench languageEnglish poetryFrench fictionEnglish fictionEnglish dramaPhilosophySocial historyLiteratureAmerican poetryTheocritusSymphoniesConcertos (Cello)Songs (Medium voice) with orchestraBoardinghousesShip captainsWhalesAhab, Captain (Fictitious character)WhalingMentally illWhaling shipsDramaMoby Dick (Melville, Herman)PovertyFrench literaturePère Goriot (Balzac, Honoré de)Basic training (Military education)Poetry, ModernRadio playsDisguiseTravelersWormeley, Katharine PrescottReed, Henry,AuctionsSea storiesRadio plays, EnglishPoetry--AuthorshipGreenlaw, Lavinia,PoeticsWhitman, Walt,Donne, John,Italian dramaFrench dramaTravelBalzac, Honoré de,Wales--Swansea19141986193719391945194619471948194919521954195519561957195819591960196119621963196419661967196919701971197619791980198119861991199519961997199920002002200420062007205564133843PQ2168ocn811240224ocn005660223ocn038704588ocn056761342ocn627378146ocn03675336534312ocn002294320book19460.66Reed, HenryThe novel since 1939Criticism, interpretation, etc3169ocn023139830book19910.81Reed, HenryCollected poems31314ocn006271158book19460.76Reed, HenryA map of Verona : poems1555ocn000286529book19710.70Reed, HenryThe streets of Pompeii and other plays for radio1478ocn000641268book19710.66Reed, HenryHilda Tablet and others; four pieces for radio1263ocn811240224com19970.73Bliss, ArthurA colour symphony The enchantress ; Cello concertoMusical settings1102ocn002099800book19470.84Reed, HenryMoby Dick; a play for radio from Herman Melville's novelJuvenile worksFictionDrama1001ocn004246536rcrd19590.66Williams, OscarAn album of modern poetry an anthology read by the poetsThe participating poets include : [1]. R. Frost, W. Stevens, J.C. Ransom, Marianne Moore, T.S. Eliot, E. Muir, W.C. Williams, R. Jeffers, R. Graves, C. Aiken, A. Macleish, H. Reed, M. Rukeyser -- [2]. A. Tate, O. Williams, W.H. Auden, T. Spencer, R. Eberhart, S. Spencer, O. Nash, Merrill Moore, W. Empson, G. Derwood, G. Barker, V. Watkins, R. Fuller -- [3]. E.L. Masters, L. Bogan, S. Kunitz, L. Adams, R. Lowell, T. Roethke, J. Wright, J. Garrique, R. Wilbur, E.E. Cummings, W.R. Rogers, E. Denby, E. Honig, H. Nemerov, R. Herschberger, J. Bennett, T. Hughes, J. Thompson, W.S. Merwin984ocn056011220book19620.35Balzac, Honoré deLe père GoriotHistoryChurch historyCriticism, interpretation, etcFictionA father's love for his daughters degrades into obsession, in an evocative novel of nineteenth-century French society that offers a commentary on wealth, human desire, ambition, and despair+-+1404706095894ocn005660223book19570.56Betti, UgoThe queen and the rebels (La regina e gli insorti) a play in two actsDrama531ocn000742151book19700.88Reed, HenryLessons of the warPoetry412ocn170208592book20070.47Reed, HenryHenry Reed : collected poemsHenry Reed is most familiar as the author of 'The Naming of Parts', the best-loved and most anthologised poem of the Second World War. 'Collected Poems' includes many of his unpublished poems, translations, songs and early fragments, as well as his famous works+-+5894902036211ocn016495101book19790.37Browne, E. MartinThree European plays203ocn011131789book19570.59Betti, UgoThe burnt flower-bed : a play in three acts172ocn073952885book20060.94Reed, HenryThe auction salePoetry174ocn025286757rcrd19800.27Melville, HermanMoby DickA new BBC production of the 1947 dramatisation by Henry Reed of Melville's classic sea story about Captain Ahab and the great white whale91ocn051947195rcrd20020.63Thomas, DylanReturn journey to SwanseaAn autobiographical radio play, written in 194361ocn045991013book19990.47Reed, HenryLessons of the war53ocn478289205book19560.63Betti, UgoThree plays : comprising, the Queen and the rebels, the burnt flower-bed, Summertime31ocn019590140art19620.96Betti, UgoCorruption in the Palace of Justice : a play in three acts132ocn043218725book19950.63Beggs, James SThe poetic character of Henry ReedCriticism, interpretation, etc71ocn062213733visu20040.31Arrows of desire II poets on poemsCriticism, interpretation, etcFrom original manuscripts and archival materials to stirring readings by leading contemporary poets, this four-part series assembles a dynamic array of resources to capture poetry's timeless appeal. A selection of well-known poets read and discuss two classic poems--"The Flea" by John donne and "A sight in camp in the daybreak gray and dim" by Walt Whitman--as well as two modern ones: a letter from Marie Curie" by Lavinia Greenlaw and "Naming of Parts" by Henry Reed12ocn612041295rcrd19701.00Reed, Henry[Interview with Henry ReedInterviews+-+1404706095+-+1404706095Fri Mar 21 16:09:28 EDT 2014batch14608