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Poetry : a basic course

Author: Allen R Grossman
Publisher: Kearneysville, WV : Teaching Co., 1991.
Series: SuperStar teachers.
Edition/Format:   Audiobook on Cassette : Cassette recording : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Presents eight lectures delivered by Brandeis University professor Allen Grossman. Each lecture analyzes a different poetic work as an illustration for discussion on topics such as poetry as an alternative communication system and the definition of poetic knowledge.
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Genre/Form: Criticism, interpretation, etc
Material Type: Audio book, etc.
Document Type: Sound Recording
All Authors / Contributors: Allen R Grossman
OCLC Number: 26442966
Notes: Title from container.
Produced by the Teaching Company in collaboration with the Resident Associate Program of the Smithsonian Institution.
In container (30 cm.).
Text of poems and notes in booklet (35 p. ; 22 cm.)--inserted in container.
Event notes: Delivered Oct. 13-14, 1990 at Georgetown University in Washington, D.C.
Description: 4 sound cassettes : analog.
Contents: 1. London Bridge is falling down : poetry and social formations --
2. The ballad of Sir Patrick Spence : common measure and justice --
3. Shakespeare's The phoenix and turtle : on difficulty, the meaning and structure of difference --
4. Milton's Avenge, O Lord : poetry, religion, and the rationality of experience --
5. Keats' Ode to a nightingale : poetic knowledge and the founding narratives of poetic practice --
6. Dickinson's I cannot live with you : difference and the work of love --
7. Yeats' Among school children : secular education and the reproduction of poetic knowledge --
8. Robert Lowell's Skunk hour and Elizabeth Bishop's The armadillo.
Series Title: SuperStar teachers.
Responsibility: Allen Grossman.

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Presents eight lectures delivered by Brandeis University professor Allen Grossman. Each lecture analyzes a different poetic work as an illustration for discussion on topics such as poetry as an alternative communication system and the definition of poetic knowledge.

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