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Robert Morgan: Using Voice

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Date Issued:
2001
Summary:
Poet and novelist Robert Morgan asserts that poetry is more self-expressive than the imaginative endeavor of writing novels. He discusses how he writes the “voice” of characters with a different gender and background than his own. He also reads aloud the poem “Working in the Rain” and from his novel Gap Creek, which was selected for the Oprah book club. NOTE: Video and audio diverge at 22:50 Episode #: 28
Title: Robert Morgan: Using Voice.
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Alternative Title: Robert Morgan.
Name(s): Robert Morgan, Interviewee
Mary Sue Koeppel, Interviewer
Kathleen Clower, Producer
Mark Basse, Director
FSCJ, college
Type of Resource: moving image
Genre: Interview
Issuance: single unit
Date Created: 2001
Date Issued: 2001
Publisher: Florida Community College at Jacksonville
Place of Publication: Jacksonville, FL
Physical Form: moving image
Extent: 28 minutes
Language(s): English
Summary: Poet and novelist Robert Morgan asserts that poetry is more self-expressive than the imaginative endeavor of writing novels. He discusses how he writes the “voice” of characters with a different gender and background than his own. He also reads aloud the poem “Working in the Rain” and from his novel Gap Creek, which was selected for the Oprah book club. NOTE: Video and audio diverge at 22:50 Episode #: 28
Identifier: RobertMorgan (IID), fscj:13569 (fedora)
Note(s): Poet and novelist Robert Morgan asserts that poetry is more self-expressive than the imaginative endeavor of writing novels. He discusses how he writes the “voice” of characters with a different gender and background than his own. He also reads aloud the poem “Working in the Rain” and from his novel Gap Creek, which was selected for the Oprah book club. NOTE: Video and audio diverge at 22:50 Episode #: 28
Subject(s): Poet and novelist
Writing gendered voices
Oprah Book Club
Links: http://guides.fscj.edu/writers/RobertMorgan
Persistent Link to This Record: http://purl.flvc.org/fscj/fd/RobertMorgan
Use and Reproduction: free to use
Host Institution: FSCJ

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