An online treasury of poets reading their own works

12/1/2005 | BBC

U.K. Poet Laureate Andrew Motion and recording producer Richard Carrington conceived of the Poetry Archive as a way to preserve historic recordings of leading English-speaking poets, such as Kipling, Yeats and Tennyson, as they read their own works. Motion said the recordings -- "instant in their appeal and lingering in their impact" -- capture the mystery of poetry while making it accessible.

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