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Break, blow, burn

Author: Camille Paglia
Publisher: New York : Pantheon Books, 2005.
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America's premier intellectual provocateur explores and celebrates a series of great poems of the Western tradition, including some surprising discoveries of her own. She brings new energy and insight to our understanding of poems we already know, such as masterpieces by Shakespeare, Donne, Shelley, Dickinson, Lowell, and Plath. She leads us to appreciate the artistry of writers with whom we may not be familiar,  Read more...
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Paglia, Camille, 1947-
Break, blow, burn.
New York : Pantheon Books, 2005
(OCoLC)607595682
Online version:
Paglia, Camille, 1947-
Break, blow, burn.
New York : Pantheon Books, 2005
(OCoLC)608058157
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Camille Paglia
ISBN: 0375420843 9780375420849
OCLC Number: 56413448
Description: xvii, 247 pages ; 22 cm
Contents: William Shakespeare, Sonnet 73 --
William Shakespeare, Sonnet 29 --
William Shakespeare, The Ghost's speech --
John Donne, "The flea" --
John Donne, Holy Sonnet I --
John Donne, Holy Sonnet XIV --
George Herbert, "Church-monuments" --
George Herbert, "The quip" --
George Herbert, "Love" --
Andrew Marvell, "To his coy mistress" --
William Blake, "The chimney sweeper" --
William Blake, "London" --
William Wordsworth, "The world is too much with us" --
William Wordsworth, "Composed upon Westminster Bridge" --
Percy Bysshe Shelley, "Ozymandias" --
Samuel Taylor Coleridge, "Kubla Khan" --
Walt Whitman, Song of myself --
Emily Dickinson, "Because I could not stop for death" --
Emily Dickinson, "Safe in their alabaster chambers" --
Emily Dickinson, "The soul selects her own society" --
William Butler Yeats, "The Second Coming" --
William Butler Yeats, "Leda and the swan" --
Wallace Stevens, "Disillusionment of ten o'clock" --
Wallace Stevens, "Anecdote of the jar" --
William Carlos Williams, "The red wheelbarrow" --
William Carlos Williams, "This is just to say" --
Jean Toomer, "Georgia dusk" --
Langston Hughes, "Jazzonia" --
Theodore Roethke, "Cuttings" --
Theodore Roethke, "Root cellar" --
Theodore Roethke, "The visitant" --
Robert Lowell, "Man and wife" --
Sylvia Plath, "Daddy" --
Frank O'Hara, "A Mexican guitar" --
Paul Blackburn, "The once-over" --
May Swenson, "At East River" --
Gary Snyder, "Old pond" --
Norman H. Russell, "The tornado" --
Chuck Wachtel, "A paragraph made up of seven sentences" --
Rochelle Kraut, "My makeup" --
Wanda Coleman, "Wanda why aren't you dead" --
Ralph Pomeroy, "Corner" --
Joni Mitchell, "Woodstock."
Responsibility: Camille Paglia.
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America's premier intellectual provocateur explores and celebrates a series of great poems of the Western tradition, including some surprising discoveries of her own. She brings new energy and insight to our understanding of poems we already know, such as masterpieces by Shakespeare, Donne, Shelley, Dickinson, Lowell, and Plath. She leads us to appreciate the artistry of writers with whom we may not be familiar, such as Chuck Wachtel and Wanda Coleman. And she hails the songwriter Joni Mitchell as a major contemporary poet. Daring, erudite, entertaining, and infused throughout with Paglia's inimitable style and passion, this book--and the dazzling mind behind it--will entice readers to begin or renew a passionate engagement with poetry.

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