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"Since brass, nor stone, nor earth, nor boundless sea..." Jane Lapotaire performs Sonnet 65. Stephen Spender provides a literary analysis.
"Tired with all these for restful death I cry..." Michael Bryant performs Sonnet 66. Arnold Wesker provides a literary analysis.
"Try that have power to hurt, and will do none..." Michael Bryant performs Sonnet 94. John Mortimer provides a literary analysis.
"In the old age black was not counted fair..." Ben Kingsley performs Sonnet 127. A. L. Rowse provides a literary analysis, paying special attention to the mystery of the Dark Lady.
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Four sonnets chosen to conform to a single classroom period: Sonnet 65 (read by Jane Lapotaire, commentary by Stephen Spender), Sonnet 66 (read by Michael Bryant, commentary by Arnold Wesker), Sonnet 94 (read by Michael Bryant, commentary by John Mortimer), Sonnet 127 (read by Ben Kingsley, commentary by A.L. Rowse). (40 minutes)
Length: 41 minutes
Copyright date: ©1983
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