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Stephen Vincent Benet, Raymond Massey, Judith Anderson, Tyrone Power - Stephen Vincent Benet's John Brown's Body album flac

Stephen Vincent Benet, Raymond Massey, Judith Anderson, Tyrone Power - Stephen Vincent Benet's John Brown's Body album flac

Performer: Stephen Vincent Benet
Title: Stephen Vincent Benet's John Brown's Body
Country: US
Released: 1953
Style: Poetry
Rating: 4.8
Votes: 567
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Stephen Vincent Benét /bɪˈneɪ/ (July 22, 1898 – March 13, 1943) was an American poet, short story writer, and novelist. He is best known for his book-length narrative poem of the American Civil War John Brown's Body (1928), for which he won a Pulitzer Prize in 1929, and for the short stories "The Devil and Daniel Webster" (1936) and "By the Waters of Babylon" (1937)

Complete your Stephen Vincent Benet, Raymond Massey, Judith Anderson, Tyrone Power collection.

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Judith Anderson, Raymond Massey, Tyrone Power - John Brown's Body, Pt. 1 29:28. Judith Anderson, Raymond Massey, Tyrone Power - John Brown's Body, Pt. 2 28:00. 3 28:53. 4 29:04.

By Tyrone Power, Judith Anderson, Raymond Massey. Listen to John Brown's Body by Stephen Vincent Benet now. Listen to John Brown's Body by Stephen Vincent Benet in full in the this site app.

Stephen Vincent Benet(1898 - 1943). Stephen Vincent Benét was born in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, into an army family. His father, Colonel J. Walker Benét, served as a commanding officer of ordinance posts in California and Georgia. Frances Neill (Rose) Benét, Stephen's mother, was a descendant of an old Kentucky military family. In 1926 Benét went back to France, where he lived for four years, and worked on his poem about the Civil War, John Brown's Body. It won the Pulitzer Prize in 1929. So, from a hundred visions, I make one, And out of darkness build my mocking su.

Stephen Vincent Benet would have visited his parents while they were resident. The local newspaper considered it newsworthy enough to congratulate Benet on winning the Maysfield Prize for best undergraduate poem while Benet attended Yale. Augusta Chronicle 1/21/1917 p. 21) Benet House was the name assigned to the building when it became the property of Augusta College. His play John Brown’s Body was staged on Broadway in 1953, in a three-person dramatic reading featuring Tyrone Power, Judith Anderson, and Raymond Massey, and directed by Charles Laughton. The book of the same name was included in Life Magazine’s list of the 100 outstanding books of 1924–1944. Benét fathered three children: Thomas, Stephanie, and Rachel.

Brown's book Benet's poem is not about the plight of Native Americans, and Benet would have been unlikely to approve of the author's approach Wounded Knee, a village on the Pine Ridge Indian reservation in Oglala Lakota County, South Dakota, was the location of the last major confrontation between the US Army and Native Americans The event is known formally. His play John Brown's Body was staged on Broadway in 1953, in a three-person dramatic reading featuring Tyrone Power, Judith Anderson, and Raymond Massey, and directed by Charles Laughton The book of the same name was included in Life Magazine's list of the 100 outstanding books of 1924–194412.

Stephen Vincent Benét was born July 22, 1898, in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, into a military family. His father had a wide appreciation for literature, and. Benét attended Yale University where he published two collections of poetry, Five Men and Pompey (1915), The Drug-Shop (1917). His studies were interrupted by a year of civilian military service; he worked as a cipher-clerk in the same department as James Thurber. He graduated from Yale in 1919, submitting his third volume of poems in place of a thesis. He published his first novel The Beginning of Wisdom in 1921. His most famous work is the long poem John Brown's Body for which he received the Pulitzer Prize in 1929-a long narrative poem which interweaves historical and fictional characters to relate important events in the Civil War, from the raid on Harper's Ferry to Lee's surrender at Appomattox.

Tracklist

A Beginning 20:00
B Continuation 20:00
C Continuation 20:00
D Conclusion 20:00

Credits

  • Bass Vocals – Roger Miller
  • Chorus Master – Richard White
  • Cover – A. F. Arnold
  • Directed By – Charles Laughton
  • Effects – Walter Schuman*
  • Producer – Paul Gregory
  • Soprano Vocals – Betty Benson

Notes

"John Brown's Body is a large and yet profoundly intimate narrative of the Civil War, told in a poetic diction and imagery..." "John Brown's Body contains magnificent individual scenes - Lincoln's anguished and noble soliloquy in the White House, the Battle of Gettysburg as experienced by Jack Ellyat, the birth of Melora's child, Mary Lou Wingate defying a foraging Northern solider, the exchange of prisoners between the Rebs and the Yanks."

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
SL-181 Stephen Vincent Benet*, Raymond Massey, Judith Anderson, Tyrone Power Stephen Vincent Benet*, Raymond Massey, Judith Anderson, Tyrone Power - Stephen Vincent Benet's John Brown's Body ‎(2xLP, Mono, Box) Columbia SL-181 US Unknown
OSL-181 Stephen Vincent Benét, Raymond Massey, Judith Anderson, Tyrone Power Stephen Vincent Benét, Raymond Massey, Judith Anderson, Tyrone Power - John Brown's Body ‎(2xLP, RE) Columbia Masterworks OSL-181 US Unknown
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