Farm Ballads

Will CARLETON (1845 - 1912)

Farm Ballads is a rather influential volume of poetry by American poet Will Carleton. The poems are concerning rural life in Michigan, where the poet grew up and spent much of his life before eventually moving to Boston. - Summary by Carolin

Genre(s): Poetry

Language: English

Section Chapter Reader Time
Play 01 Preface Mayah
00:02:38
Play 02 Betsey and I Are Out. Robert Robinson
00:05:35
Play 03 How Betsey and I Made Up. Robert Robinson
00:05:16
Play 04 Gone with a Handsomer Man. Kim Gibbs
Robert Robinson
00:05:41
Play 05 Johnny Rich. tovarisch
00:06:42
Play 06 Out of the Old House, Nancy. Robert Robinson
00:05:27
Play 07 Over the Hill to the Poor-House. Kim Gibbs
00:06:39
Play 08 Over the Hill from the Poor-House. Robert Robinson
00:04:58
Play 09 Uncle Sammy. RussellEric
00:04:40
Play 10 Tom was Goin' for a Poet. Abigail Johnston
00:03:23
Play 11 Goin' Home To-Day. BettyB
00:03:09
Play 12 Out o' the Fire. Will Dodd
00:06:27
Play 13 The New Church Organ. Larry Wilson
00:03:48
Play 14 The Editor's Guests. Robert Robinson
00:09:51
Play 15 The House where We were Wed. Paul Aihe
00:01:35
Play 16 Our Army of the Dead. Paul Aihe
00:03:02
Play 17 Apple-Blossoms. Abigail Johnston
00:01:25
Play 18 Apples Growing. Abigail Johnston
00:01:21
Play 19 One and Two. Kim Gibbs
00:02:23
Play 20 The Fading Flower. Abigail Johnston
00:02:00
Play 21 Autumn Days. David Lawrence
00:01:17
Play 22 Death-Doomed. tovarisch
00:06:22
Play 23 Up the Line. David Lawrence
00:01:50
Play 24 How we Kept the Day. tovarisch
00:09:15