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Jane Draycott & Carole Angier

Episode 31

Jane Draycott reads from medieval poem Pearl and her modern translation of it, and Carole Angier begins to write poetry. Jane Draycott reads from the medieval dream-poem Pearl and her modern translation of it. Carole Angier shares the surprises, challenges and pleasures she’s encountered in beginning to write poetry.

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