[Milton-L] Audio-Visuals for Samson?

Arnold, Margaret mjarnold at ku.edu
Fri Oct 3 10:19:39 EDT 2014


Thanks so much, Salwa.  This should really help.

Margaret Arnold,
Prof. Emerita, English
University of Kansas
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Margaret,
There is an audio recording of SA in 2 parts. done by a company called The Lark Ascending. Try this link or google the company.

http://www.zoominfo.com/p/Samson-Agonistes/1431926077

Salwa

Salwa Khoddam PhD
Professor of English Emerita
Oklahoma City University
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
Email: skhoddam at cox.net
Author of Mythopoeic Narnia: Memory, Metaphor,
and Metamorphoses in C. S. Lewis’s The Chronicles
of Narnia

From: milton-l-bounces at lists.richmond.edu [mailto:milton-l-bounces at lists.richmond.edu] On Behalf Of Arnold, Margaret
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Subject: [Milton-L] Audio-Visuals for Samson?

Hello all!  I have been asked to lead a discussion for a group of lay people on Samson Agonistes.  They have asked about online resources to make the reading helpful to them.  Are any performances of the work--or oral readings of parts-- accessible?  Since retirement I've given away some of my texts containing visual art, and I've never hunted SA's performance history.  Any advice would be appreciated.

Greetings to all and thanks,
Margaret
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