"By special arrangement with Jupiter Records Ltd., London" -- text from label.
Cover design by Ronald Clyne.
Essay "The New Poetry Scene" by Stephen Dunning in booklet (4 p. : ill.) inserted in original container.
Read by the various authors.
Related materials may be found in the Moses and Frances Asch Collection, also held by this repository. Related materials may include correspondence between the studio, producers, and/or performers; original cover art designs; original production materials; business records; and audiotapes from studio production.
101. A Smell of Burning / Thomas Blackburn
101. Hospital for Defectives / Thomas Blackburn
102. The Ballad of Nosey Bent / Charles Causley
102. Child's Song / Charles Causley
103. Titus and Berenice / John Heath-Stubbs
103. Bryant Park, New York / John Heath-Stubbs
104. The Noodle Vendor's Flute / D.J. Enright
105. A Song of Experience / Kingsley Amis
105. Nocturne / Kingsley Amis
106. An Arundel Tomb / Philip Larkin
106. Mr. Bleaney / Philip Larkin
107. To a Brother in the Mystery, circa 1290 / Donald Davie
108. The Telephone Number / Vernon Scannell
201. Dead Dog / Vernon Scannell
202. Time Was / John Wain
203. For a Child Born Dead / Elizabeth Jennings
203. The Shot / Elizabeth Jennings
204. The Annihilation of Nothing / Thom Gunn
204. Innocence / Thom Gunn
205. What a Lying Lot the Writers Are / Peter Porter
205. Somme and Flanders / Peter Porter
206. The Hawk in the Rain / Ted Hughes
206. Hawk Roosting / Ted Hughes
207. The Miner's Helmet / George MacBeth
207. The Absentees / George MacBeth
208. The Lesson / Edward Lucie-Smith
208. On Looking at Stubb's Anatomy of the Horse / Edward Lucie-Smith
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