I’ve resisted reading Donald Hall for so long, probably as a misguided act of loyalty to my favourite poet, Donald’s late wife Jane Kenyon. Recently I was given his book A Blue Wing Tilts At The Edge Of The Sea and finally opened it up to find another view on Hall and Kenyon’s relationship through the poem ‘Long Days’.
- The Third Thing by Donald Hall
- Episode 3: On Jane Kenyon’s ‘Happiness’
- Episode 93: On David Brooks’ work and Kenyon’s ‘Depression in Winter’