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 ...

Dictionary Of North Carolina Biography

Author: William S. Powell
Publisher: Univ of North Carolina Press
ISBN: 9780807867129
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SEE: Sam H. Dixon, Poets and Poetry of Texas (1885 [portrait]), Thomas W.
Herringshaw, Local and National Poets of America (1892); Lucian Lamar Knight,
Biographical Dictionary of Southern Authors (1929); W. H. Lewis, The History of
Methodism in Missouri. . . from 1860 to 1870 (1890); S. Pollock Linn, Golden
Gleams of Thought (1882); Minutes of the Annual Conferences of the Methodist
Episcopal Church, South (1858-62, 1870-84); D. J. O'Donoghue, Poets of Ireland

American Bards

Author: Edward Whitley
Publisher: Univ of North Carolina Press
ISBN: 9780807899427
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Walt Whitman and Other Unlikely Candidates for National Poet Edward Whitley.
sider who defiantly steps forward as the national bard, these three poets also
echoed some of the central aspects of Whitman's project for American poetry. ...
in creating poetry about the American experience, but rather, they were caught
up in a complex set of loyalties— either real or imagined—to communities both
smaller and larger than the nation itself, communities, that is, better defined as
local and ...

American Poets And Poetry From The Colonial Era To The Present 2 Volumes

Author: Jeffrey Gray
Publisher: ABC-CLIO
ISBN: 1610698320
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The conference led to the publication of Talk Story: An Anthology of Hawai'i's
Local Writers. In the same year, Darrell Lum and Eric Chock inaugurated
Bamboo Ridge, The Hawai'i Writers' Quarterly, which subsequently became an
important channel for showcasing the talents of local writers and expanding the
field of Asian American literature. Among the prominent Asian American poets
identified with Hawai'i are Wing Tek Lum, Albert Saijo, Eric Chock, Cathy Song,
Juliet Kono, ...

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.

Then And Now

Author: Floyd C. Watkins
Publisher: University Press of Kentucky
ISBN: 0813164850
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... Kentucky: Historical and Biographical (Chicago and Louisville: F.A. Battey
Publishing Co., 1884), p. 181. 97, p. 193. 98. William Edward Fitch, Mineral
Waters of the United States and American Spas (Philadelphia and New York: Lea
& Febiger, 1927). 99. Thomas W. Herringshaw, ed. and comp, Local and National
Poets with Interesting Biographical Sketches and Choice Selections from Over
One Thousand Living American Poets (Chicago: American Publishers'
Association, 1890), ...

American European Literary Imagination

Publisher: Transaction Publishers
ISBN: 9781412816861
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Poetry, which in the modern period means lyric poetry, makes particular
demands upon the comparative historian's tact. At first glance, poetry would seem
to be the most national of arts, since poetry by nature depends for full success
upon the exploitation of words, of language, as opposed to the exploitation of
ideas in prose. Words, language, in ... as applied to prose. One might be tempted
to conclude that the poetry most firmly rooted in the local, the most national poetry
, is the finest.

American Women Poets Of The Nineteenth Century

Author: Cheryl Walker
Publisher: Rutgers University Press
ISBN: 9780813517919
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His wild accusations of infidelity against Ina led to a gunfight with her stepfather
resulting in the amputation of Carsley's hand. Though it seems the accusations
were unfounded, and Ina filed for divorce, she was deeply humiliated and
decided to leave the area. Apparently she also had a child who died. Settling in
San Francisco, Ina decided to take her mother's maiden name of Coolbrith. She
began to publish her poetry in local journals, eventually developing a national
reputation that ...

Composing Cultures

Author: Eric Aronoff
Publisher: University of Virginia Press
ISBN: 0813934850
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The poets who attempted to forge an “American” identity, he proclaims, “exhibited
, in spite of their local differences, a singleness of outlook that seemed to
provethat we had, afterall, a national spirit and that ourperiod of servitude to
foreignmodels had ended.” 28 There was, however, “something misleading inthe
unified Americanism of their attitude: itwas notall thatitseemed to be” (“American
Poetry,”79). In fact,for Tate, this “unified Americanism” isan impossibility, because
there ...