Voices & Visions - Hart Crane
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Voices & Visions - Hart Crane
This film, narrated by Jose Ferrer, profiles the life of American poet Hart Crane. Born on July 29, 1899, Crane was a mystic who perceived the dark side of the Industrial Revolution. He voiced his sentiments in two volumes of poetry published during his lifetime: The Bridge and White Buildings. Crane's personal life, known for its debauchery, was chronicled in his works. He took his own life when he jumped from a steamer returning from Mexico, where he was a Guggenheim Fellow. Fellow artists Malcolm Cowley and Peggy Cowley describe their final moments with Crane before he jumped. He was 33… More