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Jane Kenyon reads three poems, "Man Eating," "Gettysburg: July 1, 1863," and "Happiness," in a CD recording, The New Hampshire Writers' Project Sampler: Ten Years of Literary Performance, 1988-1998. The CD also features two poems by Donald Hall.

On October 26, 1995, a celebration of Jane Kenyon's life and work took place at theUniversity of New Hampshire's Dimond Library. Three New Hampshire poets, Charles Simic, McKeel McBride, and Donald Hall, read selections from Kenyon's work and gave personal accounts of their connection with Kenyon and her poetry. A videotape and audio recording of the entire reading are available for on-site use in the Special Collections department of theUniversity of New Hampshire library (phone 603-862-2714). A website for the Kenyon exhibit—www.izaak. unh.edu/specoll/exhibits/reading.htm—also makes several recorded excerpts of the celebration available online.

You can listen to Donald Hall read two Kenyon poems, "Drawing from the...

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