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Poetry

 Subject
Subject Source: Local sources

Found in 24 Collections and/or Records:

Deborah Digges Papers

 Collection
Call Number: MS235
Overview: This collection contains correspondence and poetry of Deborah Digges, poet and Tufts University professor.
Dates: circa 1987 -- 2009

Escape the Dark Destructive Force

 Digital Image
Dates: 1953-11-11

Escape the Dark Destructive Force, 1953-11-11

 Item — Reel 8: Series MS025.005 [IM 991177361]
Call Number: MS025.005.004.008.00004.00005
Scope and Contents: Robert Hillyer describes his belief that a poet's job is to strip away dead or negative emotions to allow room for light, and his belief in finding satisfaction from each day as it arrives. This episode is a rebroadcast of an earlier airing.
Dates: 1953-11-11

I Wish I Could Believe

 Digital Image
Dates: 1952-08-25

I Wish I Could Believe, 1952-08-25

 Item — Reel 14: Series MS025.005 [IM 991177367]
Call Number: MS025.005.004.014.00006.00003
Scope and Contents: Cecil Day Lewis, Chair of Poetry at Oxford University, describes faith as the core of an individual's being, and states his faith (defined thusly) as the creation of poems.
Dates: 1952-08-25

Jeremy Ingalls Manuscript of The Thunder Saga of Tahl

 Collection
Call Number: MS052
Scope and Contents: The collection consists of an annotated manuscript of Ingalls' epic poem "The Thunder Saga of Tahl." Though the manuscript is undated, it likely dates from the late 1950s or early 1960s. Book IV is missing from the manuscript.
Dates: 1960

The Greeks Had an Answer, 1952-05-26

 Item — Reel 3: Series MS025.005 [IM 991177356]
Call Number: MS025.005.004.003.00004.00001
Scope and Contents: Gilbert Murray describes the religious importance of poetry in his life and how his experiences in WWI guided his efforts to prevent future war.
Dates: 1952-05-26

The Greeks Had an Answer

 Digital Image
Dates: 1952-05-26

This I Believe, 1952-05-23

 Item — Reel 3: Series MS025.005 [IM 991177356]
Call Number: MS025.005.004.003.00006.00004
Scope and Contents: Lord Oaksey emphasizes the importance of keeping one's values strong but simple so that they may remain solid, and also to be conscious of right and wrong, and also to be aware of opportunity or "luck," then concludes with a poem by Adam Lindsey Gordon.
Dates: 1952-05-23

This I Believe, 1952-08-25

 Item — Reel 4: Series MS025.005 [IM 991177357]
Call Number: MS025.005.004.004.00003.00002
Scope and Contents: Lee Jackson describes his love of painting, and how he found encouragement to pursue that love despite lack of recognition or finances in the early days of his career.
Dates: 1952-08-25