One of the great things about modern poetry is that we can listen or watch recordings of the poets themselves reading their works. Perhaps using a modified Wayback Machine, Jim Clark/poetryanimations has made it possible now to watch poets of the past “read” their works, including Lewis Carroll!
(Before you ask, the real reader is Justin Brett.)
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This is kind of creepy …
Agree with M. Singh. Disappointed that LCSNA doesn’t provide, first and foremost, authentic materials, rather than special effects remakes more suitable to Conan O’Brien.
Hi LeProf – thanks for visiting our blog, where we post lots of inauthentic delicacies. Please see our Lewis Carroll / LCSNA FAQ and other departments for more authentic material. http://www.lewiscarroll.org/faq/
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