Instructional Video Catalog: Title Description
Title: " BOOTH AND BLY: POETS "
The composition of a poem is not an easy task. Perhaps the most complex problem faced by the student is knowing how to begin when instructed to write a poem. In this four-part series, Booth and Bly demonstrate the beginnings of a poem and express their philosophy on modern poetry and the teaching of poetry. In the final program, Booth and Bly present readings of modern English and American poets.
A NETCHE Production
Production Date: 1978
Length: Four, 30-minute programs
Subject: Language Arts
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Titles in this Series:
Workshop with Robert Bly, A
Workshop with Martin Booth, A
Approaches to Poetry