6 results found for: subject:"Literary Society of the University of Massachusetts"

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1954

Cummings, E. E. (Edward Estlin), 1894-1962

Twelve poems

Amherst (Mass.) - From a series of twelve poems selected and read by e. e. cummings for the Literary Society of the University of Massachusetts in 1954-1955 as part of their New England Anthology radio program. The readings were never broadcast due to controversial content.

University of Massachusetts Literary Society Collection

1954

Cummings, E. E. (Edward Estlin), 1894-1962

Poetry reading by E.E. Cummings

Amherst (Mass.) - Poetry reading at UMass Amherst before the Literary Society of UMass Amherst for the program New England Anthology.

WFCR Radio Broadcast Collection

1956

William Faulkner reading excerpts from 'Light in August'

Amherst (Mass.) - From a series of radio broadcasts exploring European reactions to major American novelists, discussed by major American and European literary critics, prompted by post-World War realities and the Cold War. Recorded for 'As Others See Us,' a radio program of the University of Massachusetts Literary Society.

University of Massachusetts Literary Society Collection

1956

Ellert, Frederick C.

As Others Read Us: American Fiction Abroad Introduction to the series

Amherst (Mass.) - From a series of radio broadcasts exploring European reactions to major American novelists, discussed by major American and European literary critics, prompted by post-World War realities and the Cold War. Introduction -- Frederick Ellert, providing background (00:00:55) -- Robert Penn Warren keynoting, discussing context of the series (00:02:57) -- John Dos Passos reading a v... more

University of Massachusetts Literary Society Collection

1956

Koehler, Stanley

The foreign reputation of the novels of Henry James discussion by W.H. Auden and R.P. Blackmur

Amherst (Mass.) - From a series of radio broadcasts exploring European reactions to major American novelists, discussed by major American and European literary critics, prompted by post-World War realities and the Cold War.

University of Massachusetts Literary Society Collection

1956

Bailey, Robeson

The foreign reputation of the novels of John Steinbeck discussion by Edgar Lohner and Alexander Cowie, with participation and a reading by Steinbeck

Amherst (Mass.) - From a series of radio broadcasts exploring European reactions to major American novelists, discussed by major American and European literary critics, prompted by post-World War realities and the Cold War.

University of Massachusetts Literary Society Collection