Writers of today. Archibald MacLeish / produced by the Educational Television and Radio Center in cooperation with the American Book Publishers Council ; filmed by Dynamic Films, Inc. ; directed by Lee R. Bobker.
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Walter Kerr, drama critic for the New York Herald Tribune interviews distinguished American poet, Archibald MacLeish. Mr. MacLeish outlines his ideas on what poetry is and should be, including ideas on its uses. For him, poetry must come from experience and give form to experience. He sees younger writers as turning inward toward more spiritual and emotional themes and expressions.
MacLeish, Archibald, 1892-1982; Kerr, Walter, 1913-1996; Bobker, Lee R.; National Educational Television and Radio Center.; American Book Publishers Council.; Dynamic Films.; Indiana University. Audio-Visual Center
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Television interviews.; Nonfiction television programs.
MacLeish, Archibald, 1892-1982; Poets, American; Authors, American; Poetry
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National Educational Television
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1 film reel (29 min.) : sound, black and white ; 16 mm
Originally produced as an episode of the television program, Writers of today.
Episode title from film cannister.
Gift to the IUB Libraries from Instructional Support Services.
Archibald MacLeish, interviewee; Walter Kerr, host/interviewer.
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produced by the Educational Television and Radio Center in cooperation with the American Book Publishers Council ; filmed by Dynamic Films, Inc. ; directed by Lee R. Bobker.
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Catalog Key: 7834558; OCLC: ocn1081427434; OCLC: 1081427434
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