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Group reading: ‘The Greatest Sin is to be Unconscious’ by Ruth Foley

In group reading on 12/22/2010 at 07:47

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read by Ruth Foley
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1 min 14 secs

read by Kristin LaTour
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1 min 15 secs

read by Nic Sebastian
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1 min 32 secs

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Previous group readings:

-We Were Engineered to Want by Hannah Stephenson
-The Slender Scent by James Robison

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  1. Listened to all three, and floated with Nic’s reading. Wonderful poem, Ruth. Wonderful job, all of you!

  2. Fascinating poem, reaching across time to respond to Jung, allowing the poem, the N, to float in an unconscious sea. Much enjoyed. Liked all 3 readings, felt that Nic really hit all the right spots. Especially liked her interpretation of the first line, ‘then let me sin.’

  3. A beautiful poem, well-read by all three readers. As always, Nic brings an ethereal quality with her choices of where to place emphasis, especially the intonation of the opening line.

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