(first published 1933)
William Butler Yeats (1865 – 1939)
Yeats’s poem ‘After Long Silence’ was written late in life. In it, he reflects on his relationship with the author Olivia Shakespear.
This project brings you recordings by seven different Legamus readers.
(Summary by Newgatenovelist)
The original text of this recording is in the Public Domain in countries where copyright expires 70 years or less after the author’s death, but is still protected by copyright in the USA and some other countries. Please check the copyright law of your country before downloading.
The recording is released under the Creative Commons license CC0.
Total running time: 6:41 – Read in English by seven readers:
1 – After Long Silence – Read by Ian King – 00:59 min [download all sections]
2 – After Long Silence – Read by Barbara Baker – 00:47 min
3 – After Long Silence – Read by Peter Tucker – 00:54 min
4 – After Long Silence – Read by Rob Marland – 00:51 min
5 – After Long Silence – Read by Algy Pug – 01:00 min
6 – After Long Silence – Read by Sarah Bacaller – 01:01 min
7 – After Long Silence – Read by Newgatenovelist – 01:09 min
In addition to the reader, this audio book was produced by:
Dedicated Proof-Listener: Newgatenovelist
Meta-Coordinator/Cataloging: Julia Niedermaier, Viktor Horvath
Cover source: Olivia Shakespear / Wikipedia.
Catalogued 5. February 2021