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Lord Byron: The World’s First Rockstar

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Hear the story of how Lord Byron became famous overnight.
Lord Byron: The World’s First Rockstar

The Rest Is History

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Robert Frost Defines Modern Poetry in a 1960 Paris Review Interview

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Poet Robert Frost is asked to define modern poetry in a Paris Review Interview from 1960.
Robert Frost Defines Modern Poetry in a 1960 Paris Review Interview

The Paris Review

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A Close Reading of “Lady Lazarus”

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Critical Readings dive deep into Sylvia Plath’s iconic poem “Lady Lazarus.”
A Close Reading of “Lady Lazarus”

Critical Readings

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“Tonight I Can Write (The Saddest Lines)”

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Pablo Neruda’s poem is read by Amanda Holmes.
“Tonight I Can Write (The Saddest Lines)”

Read Me a Poem

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John Keats’ Worst Poem

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Sir Andrew Motion and Henry Eliot discuss Keats’ poem “Endymion” and why it was so poorly reviewed.
John Keats’ Worst Poem

On the Road with Penguin Classics

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Emily Dickinson's Electric Love Letters

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A close reading of Emily Dickinson’s deeply romantic letters to her friend Susan Huntington.
Emily Dickinson's Electric Love Letters

Creative Codex

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Samuel Taylor Coleridge’s Opium Addiction

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Hear about the romantic poet's tortured history with drug abuse.
Samuel Taylor Coleridge’s Opium Addiction

The History of Literature

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