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Conrad Aiken – Conrad Aiken Reads From His Own Words. Conrad Aiken Reads From His Own Words (LP, Album, Mono).
Because, see, Conrad Aiken didn't have an easy childhood. His father killed his mother one day and then committed suicide, leaving Conrad orphaned. This, of course, marked Aiken very deeply, who proceeded to explore different kinds of mental instability in his stories. The Necktie" - a man abroad leaves his wife in their hotel room to experience Parisian nightlife on his own, and has a memorable encounter with another woman. ) "O How She Laughed!" - a man tells a story about his parents and a superficially boisterous couple that lived upstairs from them. ) "West End" - an aging prostitute tells a man her story.
According to his own writings, Aiken (who was eleven years old) heard the gunshots and discovered the bodies Aiken's earliest poetry was written partly under the influence of a beloved teacher, the philosopher George Santayana.
Aiken died in 1973 in his birth place, Savannah, Georgia.
Conrad Potter Aiken (August 5, 1889– August 17, 1973) was an American writer, whose work includes poetry, short stories, novels, a play, and an autobiography. Biography Early years Aiken was the son of wealthy, socially prominent New Englanders, William Ford and Anna (Potter) Aiken, who had moved to Savannah, Georgia, where his father became a respected physician and brain surgeon. Then something happened for which, as Aiken later said, no one could ever find a reason. Conrad Potter Aiken (August 5, 1889– August 17, 1973) was an American writer, whose work includes poetry, short stories, novels, a play, and an autobiography. Aiken was the son of wealthy, socially prominent New Englanders, William Ford and Anna (Potter) Aiken, who had moved to Savannah, Georgia, where his father became a respected physician and brain surgeon.
Discover Conrad Aiken famous and rare quotes. Death Dreams Eyes Ghosts Giving Heart Lying Rain Wall Writing Youth. The days, the nights, flow one by one above us.
For Aiken in his poetry as well as here in his autobiographical essay, the question of method concerns not so much what one knows as how one came to know it; and this has a transforming effect on the knowledge itself. The distinction was given form by Coleridge: The ideas one thinks of are of altogether less importance than the ideas one thinks with. Aiken's own introspective tendencies were intensified by the early and abiding influence of Freudian psychology. What he is attempting is to see himself and his life as clearly as possible, and as honestly. The changed names and the use of the third person are an aid to objectivity.
The works of Conrad Aiken are informed by his life-long dedication to the exploration of human consciousness and its evolution. As Aikens earliest writings demonstrate, these – and the two corollary issues of identity and poetry as the means of evolving consciousness – pre- occupied him from the very outset of his career. In a book entitled Impulse, Aiken through his hero Micheal Lowes tries to determine what is right and wrong
Conrad Aiken was an American poet, short story writer, critic and novelist. Most of Aiken's work reflects his intense interest in psychoanalysis and the development of identity.
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|B1||Landscape West Of Eden - Parts 1, 11, 19|
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- Photography By – Karl Bissinger
- Producer [Technical Production] – Elliott H. Kone
- Read By – Conrad Aiken
Notesa Deep Groove pressing with Blue and Silver Labels
This is a Field Recording made on Location with the Poet.
The poems in this recording were selected from the Lee Anderson Collection of Recorded Poets.
Produced by the Yale University Department of English and Audio Visual Center.
Audio Cardolog 60007
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