Having it Out with Melancholy Movies & Media Adaptations

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Journalist Bill Moyers hosted a film called A Life Together: Donald Hall and Jane Kenyon. It was first broadcast on PBS in December 1993. The tape, recorded by Films for Humanities, Inc., won an Emmy award in 1994 and features a discussion with Hall and Kenyon. In the film, Kenyon reads parts of "Having it Out with Melancholy" and other poems.

An audiocassette simply called "Jane Kenyon" was recorded in 1987 by the University of Missouri. The twenty-seven-minute tape features Kenyon reading poems from The Boat of Quiet Hours, as well as an interview recorded at her home in New Hampshire.

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