At Ease on Lethe Wharf cover

At Ease on Lethe Wharf

Helen Coale Crew (1866-1941)

1. At Ease on Lethe Wharf - Read by ALP
2. At Ease on Lethe Wharf - Read by AS
3. At Ease on Lethe Wharf - Read by CB
4. At Ease on Lethe Wharf - Read by DD
5. At Ease on Lethe Wharf Read by DL
6. At Ease on Lethe Wharf - Read by EEP
7. At Ease on Lethe Wharf - Read by ES
8. At Ease on Lethe Wharf - Read by FS
9. At Ease on Lethe Wharf - Read by GB
10. At Ease on Lethe Wharf - Read by HNB
11. At Ease on Lethe Wharf - Read by JCM
12. At Ease on Lethe Wharf - Read by JHJ
13. At East on Lethe Wharf - Read by JM
14. At Ease on Lethe Wharf - Read by LAH
15. At Ease on Lethe Wharf - Read by LB
16. At Ease on Lethe Wharf - Read by MML
17. At Ease on Lethe Wharf - Read by RN
18. At Ease on Lethe Wharf - Read by TS

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LibriVox volunteers bring you 18 recordings of At Ease on Lethe Wharf, by Helen Coale Crew. This was the Weekly Poetry project for April 14th, 2013.Helen Coale Crew was an American poet and novelist. Her touching evocation of forgetfulness comes from the Chicago Anthology, published in 1916. Lethe refers to the first river that souls bound for the Elysian Fields, the Heaven of the ancient Greeks, had to cross. Drinking from the river was said to have the effect of expunging all memories.