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3 Dozen Poems: From the Writer's Almanac ; 1 Hour on 1 C Edition
Contributor(s): Keillor, Garrison (Narrated by)

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ISBN: 1565111419     ISBN-13: 9781565111417
Publisher: HighBridge Audio
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Binding Type: Compact Disc
Published: December 1995
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Annotation: Every day, public radio listeners hear Garrison Keillor reading one of his favorite poems on "The Writer's Almanac"--humorous verse, love sonnets, children's rhymes, classic and contemporary poems. This entertaining collection presents the most popular poems from the program.
Additional Information
BISAC Categories:
- Poetry | Anthologies (multiple Authors)
Dewey: 811
Physical Information: 0.41" H x 5.62" W x 4.93" (0.19 lbs)
Features: Price on Product, Unabridged
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Publisher Description:
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) Language of Crows (Louis Jenkins)

Contributor Bio(s): Keillor, Garrison: - As the host of A Prairie Home Companion for over forty years, Garrison Keillor has captivated millions of listeners with his News from Lake Wobegon monologues. He has been honored with Grammy, ACE, and George Foster Peabody awards, the National Humanities Medal, and election to the American Academy of Arts and Letters.
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