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The Day Carl Sandburg Died | Carl Sandburg's "Arches" | AMERICAN MASTERS | PBS

Duration: 01:08
Program: American Masters #2505
Broadcast Date: Sep. 24, 2012

See and hear Carl Sandburg read "Arches": an excerpt from "The Day Carl Sandburg Died." These words appear in print only as a part of a 1000 copy, limited edition 1962 publication from the Library of Congress entitled, "Civil War Centennial Address." While its a little known poem, Sandburg had long been interested in the figure of the arch and used it as a motif in his novel, "Remembrance Rock" (1948). "The Day Carl Sandburg Died" premiers Monday, Sept. 24, at 10 pm (ET) on PBS (check local listings

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Post Date: September 24, 2012