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Visual paraphrasing of poetry : a sourcebook for teachers and readers

Author: Donna Richardson
Publisher: Lanham, Md. : University Press of America, ©1993.
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Visual Paraphrasing introduces a method for helping students from high school through college to read poetry with more accuracy and personal involvement. Like verbal paraphrasing, sketches help the  Read more...

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Genre/Form: Criticism, interpretation, etc
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Richardson, Donna, 1950-
Visual paraphrasing of poetry.
Lanham, Md. : University Press of America, ©1993
(OCoLC)623460757
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Donna Richardson
ISBN: 0819188190 9780819188199 0819188204 9780819188205
OCLC Number: 26159936
Description: xvii, 204 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Contents: Introduction --
The design in "design" --
Drawing ironic conclusions in "Ozymandias" --
The position of the ball turret gunner --
Irony in gold and bronze: Homer's versus Auden's Shield of Achilles --
Unidentitfied objects in Dickinson and Plath --
Getting a perspective on Tennyson --
A room with a view; or, the symbolic undercurrent of "Dover Beach" --
Counting sheep on Housman's moonlit heath --
Seeing as well as hearing "The Telephone" --
Close encounters with Dickinson's narrow fellow --
The look of the Edmund Fitzgerald --
Peering through the ancient mariner's dungeon grate --
Piecing together the images in "Pied Beauty" --
The caged skylark and the cages of the soul --
The flight of the windhover --
Insight into inscape and instress in "God's Grandeur" --
What does not become a man: Irony in Henry V --
Strange fits of perception --
Facing Plath's "Mirror" --
The faces of nature and man in Hardy --
A valedation of Donne's Compasses --
I will draw you fear in a handful of dust in "The Waste Land" --
That state of mind thou mayest in me behold: Shakespeare's Sonnet #73 --
Unmasking the disguise in "A Horse With No Name" --
On looking more carefully into "Chapman's Homer" --
Raising Jupiter's image in Prometheus Unbound --
Sleight-of-eye tricks: Constantly risking visual absurdity --
"Ars Poetica": How visual are imagist images? --
Yeats: An interlude without pictures --
The picture of the mind in "Tintern Abbey" --
Seeing veil'd melancholy's sovran shrine --
The scene and the unseen on a grecian urn --
Building that dome in air in "Kubla Khan" --
Minute particulars in a "Memorable Fancy" --
The nature of nature in romantic poems: Landscapes in "Tintern Abbey," "Mont Blanc," and "This Lime-Tree Bower, My Prison" --Looking steadily at the subject on Mount Snowdon --
Some prose applications: Kafka's Harrow, Napoleon's most ridiculous moment, the Bovarys' bourgeois icons, Lawrence's lanterns, and the light in Heart of Darkness --
Visual outlining with maps in prose and poetry --
The visual company: Diagramming romantic epistemologies and world-views --
From paraphrasing to illustration: "To Autumn."
Responsibility: Donna Richardson.

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