Gary Snyder: December 10, 1969

The Poetry Center presents Gary Snyder reading from his translations of Japanese and Chinese Poetry, as well as descriptions of the culture surrounding and the personalities of the poets: Sakaki Nanao, Nagasawa Tetsuo, Mao Ze Dong, Wang Yang Ming, and Yamada Kaiya.

Originally Recorded By:
APA
Location:
San Francisco
Date:
12/10/1969
Total Run Time:
00:51:04
Views
1410
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  • Gary Snyder introduces his subjects, including a biographical sketch of Sakaki Nanao and the anarchist/communal scene in Japan in the late 60's. (00:00)
  • Nanao's "Bellyfulls #1" (23:02)
  • Nanao's "Bellyfulls #2" (27:12)
  • Nanao's "Bellyfulls #3" (31:08)
  • Nanao's "Bellyfulls #101" (35:33)
  • Introduction to Wang Yang Ming's work, 12th Century Chinese poet (38:35)
  • Translation of Wang Yang Ming (39:03)
  • Introduction to Mao Ze Dong's work (39:51)
  • Mao's "The Long March" (42:12)
  • Introduction to Nagasawa Tetsuo's (Naga's) work (43:14)
  • Nagasawa Tetsuo's "Ow E Lu Mahara" (44:18)
  • Introduction to Nagasawa Tetsuo's "Om Ah Hung" (45:55)
  • Nagasawa Tetsuo's "Om Ah Hung" (46:01)
  • Introduction to Yamada Kaiya's work (47:04)
  • Yamada Kaiya's "In and Out" (48:13)

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