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BINGHAMTONENG 380YChristine GelineauSpring

ENG 380Y Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Louise Bogan, Robert Frost

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Louise bogan started publishing in journals in 1912 and had her first book out in 1923. She began reviewing for the new yorker during 30s for 38 years.
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ENG 380Y Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: W. B. Yeats, Lyric Poetry, Everyman

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Poetry and more particularly lyric poetry is not concerned with the large cataclysms that shake wall street or the halls of congress. Lyric poetry is a
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ENG 380Y Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Gluttony, Mr. Tumnus

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Loyalty seems to be the prevalent theme and driving motive behind the characters in the. Loyalty in the lion, the witch and the wardrobe. This theme is
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ENG 380Y Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Adagia, Aphorism, Sentimentality

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In formal, even if you don"t know the language, you can appreciate the musicality of it. Aphorism is derived from the greek for marking out boundaries.
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ENG 380Y Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Hogwarts Staff, Hogwarts

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Challenging authority in harry potter and the sorcerer"s stone. Throughout the novel harry potter and the sorcerer"s stone, there are many instances wh
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ENG 380Y Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Kirsch, Sylvia Plath, Archangel

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ENG 380Y Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Magic Realism, List Of Supporting Harry Potter Characters, Hogwarts

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Resilience is arguably one of the most important themes in harry potter and the. Resilience in harry potter and the sorcerer"s stone. It is a vital tra
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BINGHAMTONENG 380YChristine GelineauSpring

ENG 380Y Lecture Notes - Lecture 17: Annie Finch, Timothy Steele, Free Verse

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Leotard argument on what"s happening to knowledge/communication in digital age. Or openness of democratization of knowledge. (terror/justice and the ba
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BINGHAMTONENG 380YChristine GelineauSpring

ENG 380Y Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Dana Gioia

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Expansive poetry is a narrative, dramatic and sometimes lyric poetry of the late 20th century that conveys significant non-confessional observations, t
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BINGHAMTONENG 380YChristine GelineauSpring

ENG 380Y Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Marjorie Perloff, W. H. Auden, Emily Dickinson

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Writing from the margins insists we consider questions about the nature of poetry. ), or is it itself a world apart (an. W. h. auden: poetry makes noth
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BINGHAMTONENG 380YChristine GelineauSpring

ENG 380Y Lecture Notes - Lecture 19: Matthea Harvey, Dramatic Monologue, Literary Theory

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A kind of sampling/mixing of images and dictions. Are hallmarks of the current fashion in american poetry. The style has at least two different sources
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BINGHAMTONENG 380YChristine GelineauSpring

ENG 380Y Lecture Notes - Lecture 18: Surrealism, Immanence

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