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Kathleen L. Smith

Kathleen L. Smith Member Since 2008
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  • "Wonderful!"

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    I have listened to this several times and each time I enjoyed it more. There is "just enough" biographical information about each poet as well as suggestions for additional reading. All of the narrators are terrific. If you are new to poetry or a poetry lover, you'll enjoy this one. Highly recommended.

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    The Poets' Corner: The One-and-Only Poetry Book for the Whole Family

    • UNABRIDGED (6 hrs and 31 mins)
    • By John Lithgow
    • Narrated By Morgan Freeman, Susan Sarandon, Helen Mirren, and others
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    (156)
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    (114)
    Story
    (105)

    John Lithgow has compiled an outstanding collection of memorable poems and has gathered his famous friends to read them. The wide variety of carefully selected poetry in this audiobook provides the perfect introduction to reel in those who are new to poetry, and for poetry lovers to experience beloved verses in a fresh, vivid way. Lithgow offers insightful and sometimes poignant commentary to accompany each poem. His essential criterion is that "each poem's light shines more brightly when read aloud".

    Scot says: "Thank You, JL"
  • "Very good, but. . ."

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    I have three wishes: an unabridged version; a "chapter" break between poems [I listen with iTunes on my computer, and if I want to hear a poem over, it is difficult to navigate to the right spot]; and the title/poet named before each and every poem.

    Very pleasant listen!! Highly recommended.

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    Good Poems: Selected and Introduced by Garrison Keillor

    • ABRIDGED (4 hrs and 23 mins)
    • By Garrison Keillor (editor), Emily Dickinson, Walt Whitman, and others
    • Narrated By Garrison Keillor
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    Good Poems includes poems about lovers, children, failure, everyday life, death, and transcendence. It features the work of classic poets, such as Emily Dickinson, Walt Whitman, and Robert Frost, as well as the work of contemporary greats such as Howard Nemerov, Charles Bukowski, Donald Hall, Billy Collins, Robert Bly, and Sharon OldsGood Poems includes poems about lovers, children, failure, everyday life, death, and transcendence.

    Kathleen L. Smith says: "Very good, but. . ."
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A Peek at Kevin's Bookshelf

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Kevin's greatest hits:
  • The Canterbury Tales

    "A great classic - well Narrated!"

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    Charlton Griffin does a phenomenal job narrating this long tale. Such vivid and picturesque imagery!

  • The Iliad

    "Gruesome and gore even by todays media standards"

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    A phenomenal tale! Fierce battles, unstoppable hero's, bronze leaf-headed spears that spill a mans innards out before his before him bringing the clouded mist of darkness to his eyes... arrows shot by mortals and guided by Gods making their mark piercing a mans eye, through his brain and exiting through the back of his skull hurling the chariot driver to the ground face down with a mouthful of dirt as the red mist of darkness comes to him...

    If you revel in details, you will enjoy the unabridged version of this story. I sampled all of the readers before downloading to see which narrator would best suite the story. Hands down Charlton Griffin wins again and again. Slight British accent, deep majestic voice that easily convinces you that you are listening to Almighty Zeus himself. He switches the voices up for specific characters to break any potential monotony. Excellent story, excellent narration! His style of narration makes you feel as though you are taken back in time and put into the story itself!

Jefferson

Jefferson Jonan-ku, Fukuoka-shi, Japan 04-17-10 Member Since 2010

I love reading and listening to books, especially fantasy, science fiction, children's, historical, and classics.

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  • "An Excellent Iliad"

    41 of 41 helpful votes

    Listening to Charlton Griffin's reading of Richmond Lattimore's translation of The Iliad was a wonderful experience.

    Griffin is good at modifying the pitch and tone of his voice to evoke the different genders and ages and moods and agendas of the various characters. He brings the epic to life. He even makes fascinating the 90-minute introduction by scholar Herbert J. Muller. And the sound effects (ravens cawing over a battlefield) and Greek mood music introducing and concluding the 24 books of the epic immersed me in its world.

    As for Homer's story, an epic focused on a short slice of a long war, a tragedy with plenty of humor, it is rewardingly rich, depicting the appalling heroism and horror of war, the full range of human nature (from bravery to cowardice, brutality to mercy, destruction to creation, and hatred to love), the richness of ancient Greek culture, the pettiness and power of the gods, and the mortality and wonder of life. Among the most impressive moments are Hector's meeting with his wife and baby before going out to fight, Hephaestus' crafting of a shield with the heavens and earth and all of human endeavor animated upon it, and Achilles' inability to embrace the ghost of Patroclus in a dream. I hope the following quotation will give an idea of the excellence of Lattimore's translation and the depth of Homer's vision:

    As is the generation of leaves, so is that of humanity,
    The wind scatters the leaves on the ground, but the live timber
    burgeons with leaves again in the season of spring returning.
    So one generation of men will grow while another dies.

    In conclusion, I thoroughly savored this audio version of The Iliad, often smiling with appreciation for Homer's story, Lattimore's translation, and Griffin's reading. I highly recommend it.

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    The Iliad

    • UNABRIDGED (22 hrs and 11 mins)
    • By Homer, Richard Lattimore (translator)
    • Narrated By Charlton Griffin
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    (114)
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    The Iliad is one of the most enduring creations of Western Civilization and was originally written to be recited or chanted to the accompaniment of various instruments. Properly performed, this work today is just as meaningful, just as powerful and just as entertaining as it was in the ninth century B.C.,and it casts its spell upon modern listeners with the same raw intensity as it did upon the people of ancient times.

    Jefferson says: "An Excellent Iliad"

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    Scot says: "Thank You, JL"
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    • By Dante Alighieri
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ABRIDGED) by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow Narrated by Teresa Gallagher

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    • By Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
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  • Alethia Phrikodes (






UNABRIDGED) by H. P. Lovecraft Narrated by John W. Michaels

    Alethia Phrikodes

    • UNABRIDGED (12 mins)
    • By H. P. Lovecraft
    • Narrated By John W. Michaels
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UNABRIDGED) by Andrew Bushard Narrated by Mark Stahr

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    • By Andrew Bushard
    • Narrated By Mark Stahr
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  • Gethsemane: An Epic Poem about Us (






UNABRIDGED) by R. Douglas Jacobs Narrated by R. Douglas Jacobs

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    • By R. Douglas Jacobs
    • Narrated By R. Douglas Jacobs
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  • Poetry in Motion (






UNABRIDGED) by Chandre Bronkhorst, Cody Toye, Sophie Phillips Narrated by Bryan Keith

    Poetry in Motion

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    • By Chandre Bronkhorst, Cody Toye, Sophie Phillips
    • Narrated By Bryan Keith
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UNABRIDGED) by Lisa Kinsey Narrated by Jasmin Rhea

    Children of the Cold War

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    • By Lisa Kinsey
    • Narrated By Jasmin Rhea
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    • By Susannah Carson (editor), Harold Bloom (foreword)
    • Narrated By Michael McConnahie, Simon Prebble, Napoleon Ryan, and others
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  • Transcendence: Poetry for the Heart and Soul (






UNABRIDGED) by K. Meador Narrated by Sarah Van Sweden

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    • UNABRIDGED (1 hr and 31 mins)
    • By K. Meador
    • Narrated By Sarah Van Sweden
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    Transcendence is a collection of poetry for the soul written from the author's perspective and spanning the time period between 1998 and 2012. The poems cover topics such as depression, death, alcoholism, spirituality, hope, and love.

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