To Brooklyn Bridge
by Hart Crane
To Brooklyn Bridge Resources
Includes many poems, articles, lectures, and a biography. A great place to start.
Crane's poetry can be very difficult, so stop here to read what critics have said about his work, and to explore Crane's ideas about how poetry should work.
A short, very cool video that matches words and images to Crane's most famous poem.
The reading is a bit stuffy, and we're not sure why they used a guy with a British accent for an American poet, but you get some interesting old images of Crane and the Brooklyn Bridge.
A selection of professional readings of Crane's poems can be downloaded for free, including the well-known "Repose of Rivers."
Hear one of the literary lights at Yale illuminate Crane's The Bridge in this free online lecture.
The Brooklyn Bridge has inspired much great art, from Crane's poem to this painting by Joseph Stella.
An image of Crane looking very sophisticated in a suit.
A classic angle of the Brooklyn Bridge, one of the most photographed bridges in the world.
These letters offer a small window into the mind of the poet.
Check out old images from around the time of the construction of the Brooklyn Bridge, one of the great engineering feats of its time.
This book offers an in-depth, scholarly analysis of Crane's most famous (and famously difficult) poem. Great for college and more advanced students.