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Three Taverns

Edwin Arlington Robinson

Narrator Robert Bethune

Publisher: Freshwater Seas

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Summary

In this collection of dramatic narratives, Robinson explores his key interests: character and man's confrontation with the rocks and hard places of human existence. He gives us a fascinating piece of alternate history: a dialogue between Alexander Hamlton and Aaron Burr, testing who will betray and who will resist. He gives that bitter old man, John Brown, full scope to vent his deep-seated anger, and lets Rahel Varnhagen, in her old age, touch us with her memories of love. The title poem is a vigorous account of himself by St. Paul, seemingly not too long post-Damascus.
Duration: about 3 hours (02:34:26)
Publishing date: 2013-08-02; Unabridged; Copyright Year: — Copyright Statment: —