Tonya,thowe wrote: ↑March 26th, 2018, 8:24 amHello, all--sorry for taking so long to reply here. I am doing the project again with new students, and the edits are being made to the earlier poems as requested by the PL. However, I do have one question--the long poem by Behn, "The Disappointment." This is an interesting case, as the poem that was read was the original 1680 poem by Behn, long ascribed to Rochester and even published in a collection of his poetry. I've found a better public domain copy of the poem, here: https://rpo.library.utoronto.ca/poems/disappointment --it explains the content, as well. Will this work for a good PD version? Or should I scrap the reading entirely (the student is no longer available to re-record the specific parts). If the new PD link works, I can update the magic box.
More soon! THANKS for your patience and your help!
You can have someone record the poem from this source, but not the notes. I mean, they can read the notes to understand the poem, but they can't record the notes as part of their reading because the notes appear to be subject to copyright.