An American Poet In Paris

Author: Charles L. Robertson
Publisher: University of Missouri Press
ISBN: 9780826213617
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An American Poet in Paris is a literary biography of Pauline Avery Crawford, a remarkable American expatriate who wrote for the Paris edition of the New York Herald Tribune in the 1930s and 1940s.

T S Eliot The Making Of An American Poet 1888 1922

Publisher: Penn State Press
ISBN: 9780271045474
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1910-1911 T. S. ELIOT IN PARIS (1) The Primacy of Paris, lgio-ign, 115; (2) Jean
Verdenal: "M011 Meilleur Ami," 117; (3) Matthew Prichard: A Blurred Portrait, 135
; (4) Henri Bergson: A Brief Conversion, 1391 (5) Charles Maurras: The Action
Francaise, 143; (6) Finding the Personal in the Poem: Drafts of "Portrait" and "
Prufrock," 147; (7) Poems Written 1910—1914, 159 1. The Primacy of Paris, 1910
-1911 To understand what happened to Eliot in Paris during his year of study
there, ...

Asian American Poetry

Author: Victoria M. Chang
Publisher: University of Illinois Press
ISBN: 9780252071744
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Her other honors include an Emerging Artist's Award from the Greenwall
Foundation and New York University's Institute for Advanced Study, a Creative
Artist's Fellowship from the Japan/U.S. Friendship Commission, and a Bunting
Fellowship. Her poems have appeared in such publications as Best American
Poetry 2000, the Boston Review, Chelsea, Conjunctions, the Paris Review, and
the Yale Review. She lives in New York City. Adrienne Su, author of Middle
Kingdom (Alice ...

H D The Life And Work Of An American Poet

Author: Janice Stevenson Robinson
Publisher: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt (HMH)
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4 Paris, as wolf-slayer or would-be Romulus (who killed his brother, Remus),
tried to convince Helen that Achilles was never really her lover. From H.D.'s point
of view Aldington's obsession to convince her, himself, and the world that
Lawrence had never loved her was the underlying motivation of his work on
Lawrence. As she characterizes Aldington's posture in her poem, Paris insists: he
was father, brother, he was deserted husband, he was never your lover.5 In
judicial Roman style ...

The Fall Of America Poems Of These States 1965 1971

Author: Allen Ginsberg
Publisher: City Lights Books
ISBN: 9780872860636
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ACKNOWLEDGING that among other places these poems were printed first in
Evergreen Review, Pacific Nation, San Francisco Free Press, Fuoril, New
American Review, Transatlantic, Partisan Review, Paris Review, New York Free
Press, Liberation News Service, W.I.N. Magazine, Concerning Poetry, New York
Quarterly, Caterpillar, Notes from Underground, The Stone, Berkeley Barb,
Berkeley Tribe, Boulder Express, Scenes Along the Road, Sun Books Australia,
The Seventies, ...

To Paris

Author: Samuel John Hazo
Publisher: New Directions Publishing
ISBN: 9780811207881
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Hazo explores through poetry the world and images of Paris as well as the feelings evoked in him as an American abroad Reading To Paris, Samuel Hazo's newest book of poems, is an act of exploration, a search for an American-ness that can be ...

The Best American Poetry 2005

Author: Paul Muldoon
Publisher: Scribner
ISBN: 9780743257589
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This eagerly awaited volume in the celebrated Best American Poetry series reflects the latest developments and represents the state of the art today.

The Best American Poetry 2015

Author: David Lehman
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 1476708215
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Each volume in the series presents the year’s most extraordinary new poems and writers. Guest editor Sherman Alexie’s picks for The Best American Poetry 2015 highlight the depth and breadth of the American experience.

The Oxford Book Of Latin American Poetry

Author: Ernesto Livon-Grosman
Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA
ISBN: 0195124545
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Poet, artist, and member of the surrealist movement in Paris, Moro's work was
published by Breton and Eluard as part of Le surréalisme au service de la
révolution. Born in Lima, Moro originally wrote in Spanish but adopted the French
language after spending time in Paris. In 1938, he lived in Mexico for ten years,
where he coorganized the International Surrealist Exhibition of 1940 with Breton.
Although he eventually stopped working with Breton, his later poetry was still
associated ...