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Program for the First Week of Cycle Seventeen of Part II: October 25 -  October 31,  2004

LYRICAL POEMS by T. S. ELIOT [1888-1965] 

Color Codes (birth-and-death years & timings):

Blue = Newly recorded in Part II 
May 1, 2004  to April 30, 2006

Red = Replay from Part I
May 1, 2002 to April 30, 2004

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Mon Oct 25

The Death of St. Narcissus [2:06]

Tue Oct 26

Morning at the Window [0:32]
Morning at the Window [0:36][2nd recording]

Wed Oct 27 The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock [6:41]
Thu Oct 28 Journey of the Magi [2:17]
Fri  Oct 29 La Figlia Che Piange (The Weeping Girl) [1:13]
Sat Oct 30 The Naming of Cats [1:47]
Sun Oct 31

The Old Gumbie Cat [2:16]
Old Deuteronomy [2:16]

 

For previous weekly details, click here to go to the archive page of Cycle Fifteen ended May 30, 2004

For previous weekly details, click here to go to the archive page of Cycles Thirteen and Fourteen ended May 9, 2004

For previous weekly details, click here to go to the archive page of Cycles Ten, Eleven and Twelve  ended January 4, 2004

For previous weekly details, click here to go to the archive page of Cycles Seven, Eight and Nine ended September 3, 2003

For previous weekly details, click here to go to the archive page of Cycles Four, Five and Six  ended February 26, 2003.

For previous weekly details, click here to go to the archive page of Cycles One, Two and Three ended October 2, 2002.


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WEEKLY POEMS   Consisting of fourteen or more lyrical audio poems in Modern English, recorded by Walter Rufus Eagles in streaming RealMedia audio and updated daily during the school year as early as possible after sundown the night before (Mountain Time, USA)  but no later than 1400 GMT the following day, for optimal convenience of students and teachers in continental USA and in Hawaii.  Click HERE to visit weekly archives of all fourteen cycles (a cycle is seven weeks long) of the first half of the anthology project, 1,001 poems in each half, the last fourteen cycles ending May 1, 2006 (God willing I live that long!) for a grand total of 2,002 poems in twenty eight cycles.  If I should live until May 1, 2010, the project will have doubled to 4,004 poems in fifty six cycles spanning eight years of research, study and recording.  I shall then move on to the recording of fine prose in Modern English, beginning with the Tattler and the Spectator essays as well as those of Charles Lamb, together with selections from The Autobiography of Lincoln Steffens, and with selections from Let Us Now Praise Famous Men by James Agee.

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FUTURE NEW WEEKLY POEMS -- NOTES


William Cowper [1731-1800]: Epitaph on a Hare
William Wordsworth [1770-1850]: The Lucy Poems: 1 - Strange Fits of Passion Have I Known
William Wordsworth
[1770-1850]:
The Lucy Poems: 2 - She Dwelt among the Untrodden Ways [0:30]
William Wordsworth [1770-1850]: The Lucy Poems: 4 - Three Years She Grew in Sun and Shower
William Wordsworth [1770-1850]: The Lucy Poems: 5 - A Slumber Did My Spirit Seal


King James Bible Translators [1611]: Song of Solomon: Chapter 1: Let him kiss me [2:14]
King James Bible Translators [1611]: Song of Solomon: Chapter 2: I am the rose of Sharon
King James Bible Translators [1611]: Song of Solomon: Chapter 3: By night on my bed I sought him
King James Bible Translators [1611]: Song of Solomon: Chapter 4: Behold, thou art fair, my love
King James Bible Translators [1611]: Song of Solomon: Chapter 5: I am come into my garden
Wm. Shakespeare [15641616]: Sonnet VII - Lo! in the orient when the gracious light 
Wm. Shakespeare [15641616]: Sonnet IX - Is it for fear to wet a widow's eye
Wm. Shakespeare [15641616]: Sonnet X - For shame! deny that thou bear'st love to any
Siegfried Sassoon [1886-1967]: Prelude to an Unwritten Masterpiece
Wilfred Owen [1893-1918]: Exposure



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