Early Spring

Read by LibriVox Volunteers

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The Vernal Equinox signals the time when the winter’s cold mantle begins to succumb to the warming influences of the oncoming spring. Fay Inchfawn (nee Elizabeth Rebecca Ward) took the springtime of 1920 as her inspiration for the bright promise of beauty and new life described in Early Spring. LibriVox volunteers bring you eight different readings of this magical work to celebrate the Vernal Equinox. This was the weekly poetry project for the week of March 19, 2006.
(Summary by Chip) (0 hr 9 min)


Version 1 1:18 Read by Annie Coleman Rothenberg
Version 2 1:15 Read by Chip
Version 3 1:09 Read by Curtis Brown
Version 4 1:08 Read by Dilini Jayasinghe
Version 5 1:04 Read by Graham Williams
Version 6 1:28 Read by Kristin LeMoine
Version 7 1:14 Read by Fox in the Stars
Version 8 1:07 Read by Stefan Schmelz


from beginning to end to start something and finish

(5 stars)