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Fri Mar 21 17:05:27 2014 UTClccn-n811011740.35Review of international American studies RIAS /0.811.00[Poetry reading137218735n 81101174646284Harvard University. Dept. of English and American Literature and LanguageHarvard University. Faculty of Arts and Sciences. Department of English and American Literature and LanguagecontainsVIAFID/140657918Harvard University. Department of EnglishcontainsVIAFID/160681288Harvard University. Faculty of Arts and Scienceslccn-n79003304Faulkner, William1897-1962lccn-n79011353Fried, Barbara1951-lccn-n81101175Harvard UniversityFaculty of Arts and SciencesTutorial Boardlccn-n78096930Harvard Universitylccn-n85304584Woodberry Poetry Room (Harvard College Library)lccn-n81101179Van Anglen, Kevin P.lccn-no91011862Briggs, Le Baron Russell1855-1934lccn-n79099140Heaney, Seamus1939-lccn-n83028235Academy of American Poetslccn-n80002893Graham, Jorie1951-Harvard UniversityDepartment of English and American Literature and LanguageBibliographyOutlines, syllabi, etcRecords and correspondencePoetryPeriodicalsMississippiFall of man in literatureSound and the fury (Faulkner, William)Faulkner, William,Women as literary charactersYoknapatawpha County (Imaginary place)LiteratureEnglish literature--Study and teaching (Higher)American literature--Study and teaching (Higher)English literatureAmerican literatureAmerican poetryAnniversariesAcademy of American PoetsPoets, AmericanBishop, Elizabeth,Harvard University.--Department of English and American Literature and LanguageHarvard University.--Department of EnglishWelsh poetryAmericaTransnationalismModernism (Literature)Spanish poetryPlath, SylviaCultureStudy skillsGreek poetry, ModernRussian poetryCivilizationUnited StatesRomanticismFolk poetry, NicaraguanIrish poetryArabic poetryEnglish poetryHarvard UniversityStudentsSufi poetry, PersianApartheidNicaraguan poetryDella Quercia, Sandro,South AfricaMaine--ThomastonHarvard University.--Summer School of Arts and Sciences and of EducationOral readingPersian poetryHaitian poetryPrisoners' writings, AmericanScottish Gaelic poetryNeruda, Pablo,195319731978198119831990199119931994199519961998200420052007200820092010201120124015057813.52PS3511.A862811ocn003609320book19780.76Fried, BarbaraThe spider in the cup : Yoknapatawpha County's fall into the unknowable+-+8057839215324282ocn001755686serial0.92The LeBaron Russell Briggs prize honors essays in English203ocn009607615book19830.97Bibliography for English undergraduate concentratorsBibliographyOutlines, syllabi, etc92ocn007876781book19530.97A Tutorial bibliography of English literatureBibliographyOutlines, syllabi, etc42ocn032291960rcrd19951.00Cole, Henri[Poetry readingHenri Cole reads selections from his poetry, included unpublished poems as well as poems from his bok The look of things32ocn035679668visu19960.98Heaney, Seamus[Poetry readingSeamus Heaney reads selections from his poetry, chiefly from his new book The spirit level32ocn030421416visu19940.96Bishop, Elizabeth[An evening for Elizabeth Bishop]Records and correspondenceRobert Giroux, Frank Bidart, Rosanna Warren, Elizabeth Hardwick, Lloyd Schwartz, Helen Vendler, and Seamus Heaney read letters from the newly-published collection of Elizabeth Bishop's letters, One art21ocn032837310visu19941.00[Sixty years of American poetry]A celebration of the 60th anniversary of the Academy of American Poets, with readings by 14 poets. Each poet reads from his or her own work and from the work of an Academy member21ocn032527766rcrd19941.00Perkins, DavidSympathy for nature our romantic dilemma : lectureReading passages from the Odyssey (non-Romantic description of Argos), Ezra Pound, Dorothy and William Wordsworth, William Blake, Friedrich HoĢˆlderlin, Gary Snyder, John Ruskin, Jorie Graham, and Robert Lowell, David Perkins discusses poets' love of nature and its origin in the Romantic tradition, concluding that this love indicates man's hatred of himself. He speculates that the nature poem of the future will succeed if it presents only what is seen21ocn032837301rcrd19951.00Phillips, Jayne Anne[Prose readingJayne Anne Phillips reads from her novel Shelter and her short story Alma, which predates the novel and was worked into it21ocn032837309rcrd19941.00[Sixty years of American poetry]A celebration of the 60th anniversary of the Academy of American Poets, with readings by 14 poets. Each poet reads from his or her own work and from the work of an Academy member21ocn029574901rcrd19931.00[Summits in the golden light American poetry in the 19th century24 poets celebrate the history of American verse with readings from the Library of America anthology entitled American poetry: the nineteenth century21ocn029574902visu19931.00[Summits in the golden light American poetry in the 19th century24 poets celebrate the history of American verse with readings from the Library of America anthology entitled American poetry: the nineteenth century21ocn032291967rcrd19901.00Gordimer, Nadine[HomeNadine Gordimer reads her short story Home21ocn035679667rcrd19961.00Cummings, E. E[Poetry readingPoetrySeamus Heaney reads selections from his poetry, chiefly from his new book The spirit level21ocn756821972com0.35Review of international American studies RIASPeriodicals21ocn034736750rcrd19911.00Doctorow, E. L[ReadingE.L. Doctorow reads his essay of sorts, Standards, and a passage from his novel Billy Bathgate11ocn612853515rcrd20071.00Zagajewski, AdamA reading by Adam Zagajewski with an introduction by Jorie Graham11ocn612852815rcrd20081.00Heaney, SeamusA poetry reading by Seamus Heaney11ocn612853534rcrd20071.00Abrams, M. HOn reading poetry aloud with an introduction by James Engell and Stephen Greenblatt11ocn077062981book1.00Harvard UniversityGeneral recordsIncludes agendas, memoranda, curriculum vitae, syllabi, policy statements, appointment forms, and correspondence relating to teaching fellows, visiting scholars, faculty, Summer School, and prizes and fellowships, as well as correspondence of the Chairman, annual reports, affirmative action reports, and other records of the department11ocn077062979book1.00Harvard UniversityCorrespondence of the chairmanMiscellaneous correspondence; chiefly comprised of responses to inquiries about employment, as well as reader and teaching fellow recommendations; includes appointment forms and other records relating to the Summer School11ocn076975096book1.00Harvard UniversityStudent records (undergraduate students)Includes grade sheets, tutorial reports, Harvard and high school transcripts. Also contains thesis evaluations, correspondence, and other records for the Classes of 1968-1985. The records for the Class of 1968 are grouped into Harvard and Radcliffe respectively+-+8057839215324+-+8057839215324Fri Mar 21 15:25:30 EDT 2014batch13602