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 2009

Documentary film looking at the poetry of W H Auden, revealing how it came not just from inspiration but from a rigorous scientific analysis of love itself.

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 1996

A poet, engraver, painter and mystic, William Blake was known for his symbolic expressions of religious visions. Blake later illustrated his own copperplate engravings and watercolors. Some of his works containing both text and illustrations were the Marriage Of Heaven And Hell, Songs Of Experiences and Songs Of Innocence.

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 1938

The River blends poetic narration with artistic cinematography and an original score by composer Virgil Thomson and was named Best Documentary at the Venice Film Festival in 1938.

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Year Released:
 1996

The American poet Emily Dickinson decided against publishing her poems, and during her lifetime only seven of her works were ever published.

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by Allen Ginsberg
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Year Released:
 1994

Visionary, radical, spiritual seeker, renowned poet, founding member of a major literary movement, champion of human rights, Buddhist, political activist and teacher—Allen Ginsberg's remarkable life shaped the very soul of American counterculture.

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