On hearing Jeremy Irons recite her late husband’s poetry, Valerie Eliot called the actor “today’s voice of Eliot.”
Jeremy Irons who recently narrated an audio book “The Poems of T.S Eliot” talks to Stephanie Bastek of The American Scholar about the project.
- How is driving a Lamborghini similar to understanding poetry?
- What’s the reason Jeremy Irons listened to T.S. Eliot reading his own poetry?
- How do you achieve a recording that’s got tremendous energy to it?
Find out. Don’t miss, it’s a delight.
And if you are into reading poetry, rather than listening to it, here’s a different perspective on reading poetry out loud.
Finally, do you want to win a $25,800 fellowship?
- Are you between 21 and 31 years of age?
- Are you a US citizen, or do you reside in the US?
- Do you write poetry?
Try your luck at Ruth Lilly and Dorothy Sargent Rosenberg Poetry Fellowships. Submissions are accepted until April 30, 2018. Hurry.
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image credit: T. S. Eliot in 1923, by Lady Ottoline Morrell, public domain