Local And National Poets Of America

Author: Thos. W. Herringshaw
Publisher: Forgotten Books
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Local And National Poets Of America

Author: Thomas William Herringshaw
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With Biographical Sketches and Choice Selections from Over One Thousand
Living American Poets Thomas William Herringshaw. LOCAL AND NATIONAL
POETS OF AMERICA. LOCAL AND NATIONAL POETS OF AMER1CA. * LOCAL
AND NATIONAL. 179 THOMAS J. MACMURRAY. BORN in SCOTLANd, JuLY 23,
1852. As minister, lawyer, printer, poet. author, editor, Mr, Maemurray has had
somewhat of a varied career, considering that he is yet but comparatively a
young man, ...

The Poetry Of American Women From 1632 To 1945

Author: Emily Stipes Watts
Publisher: University of Texas Press
ISBN: 1477303448
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1 See also the many women poets in the anthology Local and National Poets of
America, ed. Thomas W. Herringshaw. Or read an American hymnal of almost
any Protestant faith to find the unfamiliar names of women who also expressed
themselves poetically. Many poems written for children by women since the
eighteenth century have never been catalogued, because they were published in
the same volumes as “adult” verse. 2 Most recently: Roy Harvey Pearce, The
Continuity of ...

American Bards

Author: Edward Keyes Whitley
Publisher: Univ of North Carolina Press
ISBN: 0807834211
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Specifically, Whitfield's poem is able to imagine that another America was
possible in poetry because the emigrationists believed that they could create
another America else— where in the world. ... unmoored from their obligations to
the nation, move freely throughout the globe.74 In “America,” Whitfield attempts to
reconcile national identity with the alter— nately local and global coordinates that
define African Americans either as a “denationalized” population within the
nation or as a ...

Atlantic Citizens Nineteenth Century American Writers At Work In The World

Author: Leslie Eckel
Publisher: Edinburgh University Press
ISBN: 0748669396
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'The American Scholar', in fact, should be read as a text that subordinates
nationalism to individualism. Emerson's essay 'The Poet' (1844) is often used to
bolster his nationalist credentials, but it reveals similar flaws in its ostensible
argument for an American originality of thought and literary practice. The
segments of the essay most familiar to readers are Emerson's belated
concession to local and actual conditions and his call for a national poet. 'Yet
America is a poem in our eyes,' he ...

Walt Whitman S Song Of Myself

Author: Walt Whitman
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1134476817
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“Song of Myself” is the most acclaimed and influential poem written by an
American. As Walt Whitman (1819–92) has been called “America's ur-poet,” one
may call “Song of Myself” an American “ur-poem.” It has been extensively
discussed, studied, imitated, parodied, translated, and incorporated into other art
forms for 150 years by writers, artists, composers, film makers, and general
readers across national and linguistic boundaries. Its author was, in 1855, as
unlikely a candidate as ...

Fishing By Obstinate Isles

Author: Keith Tuma
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This text investigates modern British poetry and the death of that poetry in American critical circles. It explores the relations of British and American poetries, challenging reductive American views of British poetry.

Poetry And Contemporary Culture

Author: Andrew Michael Roberts
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The cultural value of poetry is critically examined in this book, from anthologies and academia to film and the internet.

C Sar Vallejo The Dialectics Of Poetry And Silence

Author: Jean Franco
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 0521210631
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essence of being, which has been obscured, crushed, devitalized by the
intellectual weight of tradition. In this manner, his art comes to express eternal
man and the eternity of man despite the local or national characteristics of his
emotions.'66 The publication of Trilce had coincided with the arrival in Lima of a
more colourful 'Whitman of America' - Jose Santos Chocano, the Modernist poet
who had proclaimed himself the Voice of native America'. On his return to Lima
after seventeen ...

American Book Publishing Record

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1. Vaishnava poetry, American. I. Title. KANE, Julie. 81T.54 Rhythm and booze:
poems / by Julie Kane. Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 2003. p. cm. (The
national poetry series) [PS3611.A763R48 2003] 21 2002- 155959 ISBN 0-252-
02865-1 29.95 ISBN 0-252- 07140-9 pap. 14.95 /. Title. II. Series. KATZ. Susan.
8IT.54 The Revolutionary Mrs. Brown: and other poems about colonial life /
Susan Katz; ...