Archibald MacLeish - J.B. FLAC album
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Archibald MacLeish (May 7, 1892 – April 20, 1982) was an American poet and writer who was associated with the modernist school of poetry. MacLeish studied English at Yale University and law at Harvard University. He enlisted in and saw action during the First World War and lived in Paris in the 1920s. On returning to the US, he contributed to Henry Luce's magazine Fortune from 1929 to 1938
By Archibald MacLeish Pulitzer Prize winning Play. I could say worse but right now that is all I have strength for – the world sucks. Like a preacher in a pulpit, MacLeish has embellished on a facet of the original story that appealed For a play that garnered such critical praise in its day, ". seems to get surprisingly little attention these days. It's actually a better play than I thought it would be. I saw a college production over twenty years ago and remember it well.
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Archibald MacLeish (May 7, 1892 – April 20, 1982) was an American poet, writer and the Librarian of Congress. He is associated with the modernist school of poetry. He was awarded the Pulitzer Prize three times. Variations: Viewing All Archibald MacLeish.
A poet, playwright, lawyer, and statesman, Archibald MacLeish's roots were firmly planted in both the new and the old worlds. His father, the son of a poor shopkeeper in Glasgow, Scotland, was born in 1837-the year of Victoria's coronation as Queen of England-and ran away first to London and then, at the age of eighteen, to Chicago. His mother was a Hillard, a family that, as Dialogues of Archibald MacLeish and Mark Van Doren reveals, MacLeish was fond of tracing back through its New England generations to Elder Brewster, the minister aboard the Mayflower. After receiving a Pulitzer Prize, his third, for J. MacLeish returned to man's quarrels with the gods in Herakles, first produced in 1965 and published in 1967.
Based on the story of Job, this drama in verse tells the story of a twentieth-century American banker and millionaire whom God commands be stripped of his family and wealth, but who refuses to turn his back on God. . won the Pulitzer Prize for drama in 1959 and the Tony Award for best play. More important, the play sparked a national conversation about the nature of God, the meaning of hope, and the role of the artist in society.
Archibald MacLeish's Ars Poetica comes close to being the anthology piece of his poetry. It is also read aloud by the author in An Album of Modern Poetry as recorded for the Library of Congress. In 1946 Professor Donald A. Stauffer very excellently discussed this poem in The Nature of Poetry. The hurrahs were repeated, drowning the faint organ notes. Jude's face changed more: he whispered slowly, his parched lips scarcely moving
- Record Company – Radio Corporation Of America
- Pressed By – RCA Records Pressing Plant, Indianapolis
- Composed By, Conductor – David Amram
- Engineer [Recording Engineer] – Lewis Layton
- Producer, Directed By – Elia Kazan
- Recording Supervisor [Recording Director] – Richard Mohr
- Written-By, Supervised By – Archibald MacLeish
NotesComes with booklet and pullout box.
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- Matrix / Runout (Side A label): K2RY-4067
- Matrix / Runout (Side B label): K2RY-4068
- Matrix / Runout (Side C label): K2RY-4069
- Matrix / Runout (Side D label): K2RY-4070
- Matrix / Runout (Side A runout [Stamped]): K2 RY4067-1S I AI
- Matrix / Runout (Side B runout [Stamped]): K2 RY4068-1S I AI
- Matrix / Runout (Side C runout [Stamped]): K2 RY4069-1S I AI
- Matrix / Runout (Side D runout [Stamped]): K2 RY4070-1S I AI
- Other (Disc 1 catalog number): LDS 6075-1
- Other (Disc 2 catalog number): LDS 6075-2