Taste of the Humanities

Robert Frost

Podcast | John Ward | Robert Frost: The Impossibility of Interpretation

In this episode of “Humanities on Demand,” we join John Ward at the McArthur Public Library in Biddeford for “Robert Frost: The Impossibility of Interpretation.” This talk was held on July 15, 2015 as a Taste of the Humanities event. Scholar John Ward, formerly of Centre College and Kenyon College, reads and discusses a selection… Read more

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John Ward Taste of the Humanities Tenants Harbor

Teach Me Now To Listen

By Diane Magras If you Google “flax-dam,” you’ll come up with Seamus Heaney. The resting place where raw flax softens isn’t a familiar word or image for many people, but for anyone who has read Seamus Heaney’s “Death of a Naturalist,” it’s a place vivid with slimy lines of bog plants and belching, bleating frogs…. Read more

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