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Gass Reading from  Middle C

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Title

Gass Reading from  Middle C

Subject

Gass, William H., 1924---Middle C.

Description

A portion of Gass's reading at Washington University in St. Louis, titled "How to Behave Around Books." Gass read from an essay, "I Live in a Library," and excerpts from his newly-published novel, Middle C.

 

The reading was part of an event to celebrate Middle C and the exhibition in Special Collections, "William H. Gass: The Soul Inside the Sentence." A reception and book signing followed.

 

This video contains the first half of the Middle C portion of the reading. The entire reading, including introductory remarks by Joel Minor, the curator of the Modern Literature Collection, and William Danforth, Chancellor Emeritus, is available on YouTube.

Creator

Washington University in St. Louis

Source

Modern Literature Recorded Multimedia Collection

Date

2013: April 2

Contributor

Washington University in St. Louis
Joel Minor
William Danforth

Rights

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Format

Moving Image
1 mov file
00:14:05

Language

English

Type

Motion Pictures

Identifier

GassReading-Part2-H.264 800Kbps Streaming.mov

Files

Citation

Washington University in St. Louis, “Gass Reading from Middle C,” WUSTL Digital Gateway Image Collections & Exhibitions, accessed October 17, 2017, http://omeka.wustl.edu/omeka/items/show/3852.