Arcadia Art Share: Wertime Reads Yeats
Dr. Richard Wertime, Professor of English and Director of Graduate Studies in English and the Humanities, reads two poems by W.B. Yeats: “Byzantium” and “Sailing to Byzantium.” The poems explore issues of aging and the world that art creates for an artist.
Want more Art Share? Check out some of the other installments in the series.
- David Dill ’11 and Dr. Kalenda Eaton, Assistant Professor of English, read original work.
- Bill Meiers performs Langston Hughes’ “Motto” and reads Gregory Corso’s “Marriage.”
- Dr. Leif Gustavson, Associate Professor and Chair of Education, and Tyler Doherty, Adjunct Professor of English and Director of the Writing Center, engage in a two-part discussion on poetry, including reading some of their favorite work. (Part I | Part II)
- Adjunct Professor of English Randall Couch and M.F.A. Program Director Joshua Isard explore poetry in essay form.
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