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Download or read book Spring and All written by William Carlos Williams and published by Courier Dover Publications. This book was released on 2019-02-13 with total page 112 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: Alternating sections of vivid, sensuous free verse and prose form one of groundbreaking works of modern poetry. Includes the title poem, "The Red Wheelbarrow," and "To Elsie."


Download Imaginations  Kora in Hell   Spring and All   The Descent of Winter   The Great American Novel   A Novelette   Other Prose PDF
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Download or read book Imaginations Kora in Hell Spring and All The Descent of Winter The Great American Novel A Novelette Other Prose written by William Carlos Williams and published by New Directions Publishing. This book was released on 1971-01-17 with total page 366 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: Imaginations makes accessible to the broad reading public live early books by William Carlos Williams, which, except for Kora in Hell, have long been hard to find in their original and complete forms. Written between 1920 and 1932, all five were first published in small editions, three of them in France. These are pivotal and seminal works, books in which a great writer was charting the course he later would follow, experimenting freely, boldly searching for a new kind of prose style to express "the power of the imagination to hold human beings to life and propel them onward.” The prose-poem improvisations (Kora in Hell) . . . the interweaving of prose and poetry in alternating passages (Spring and All and The Descent of Winter) . . . an antinovel whose subject is the impossibility of writing "The Great American Novel" in America . . . automatic writing (A Novelette) . . . these are the challenges which Williams accepted and brilliantly met in his early work.


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Download or read book Modernism in the Green written by Julia E. Daniel and published by Routledge. This book was released on 2020-05-04 with total page 224 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: Modernism in the Green traces a trans-Atlantic modernist fascination with the creation, use, and representation of the modern green. From the verdant public commons in the heart of cities to the lookout points on mountains in national parks, planned green spaces serve as felicitous stages for the performance of modernism. In its focus on designed and public green zones,Modernism in the Green offers a new perspective on modernism’s overlapping investments in the arts, politics, urbanism, race, class, gender, and the nature-culture divide. This collection of essays is the first to explore the prominent and diverse ways greens materialize in modern literature and culture, along with the manner in which modernists represented them. This volume presents the idea of "the green" as a point of exploration, as our contributors analyze social-organic spaces ranging from public parks to roadways and refuse piles. Like the term "green," one that evokes both more-than-human natural zones and crafted public meeting places, these chapters uncover the social and spatial intersection of nature and culture in the very architecture of parks, gardens, buildings, highways, and dumps. This book argues that such greens facilitate modernists’ exploration of how nature can manifest in an era of increasing urbanization and mechanization and what identities and communities the green now enables or prevents.


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Download or read book Spring and Autumn Period Story 26 50 V2020 written by DAVID YAO and published by Legoo Mandarin. This book was released on 2020-10-27 with total page 95 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: The Spring and Autumn period was a period in Chinese history from approximately 771 to 476 BCE which corresponds roughly to the first half of the Eastern Zhou period. Wikipedia Chinese histories are abundant. In Chinese history the stories of glorious and tragic men and events are so numerous that they cannot be counted. Therefore, people often sya, " One does not know where to begin discussing the Twenty-five Histories. " The historical stories are selected from many stroies with clear and simple wording, they present a complete Chinese history concisely to our readers.This book is one of the Chinese Culture Story Series. The whole set of Chinese Culture Stories Series, 999 articles, 18 categories. Perfect for HSK 4-6, IGCSE Chinese, IB Chinese & School extra readings. Find the QR code on the first page for the best price for the whole set of books. New launching BEST price at http://edeo.biz/26749 中国的史书浩瀚如海,在中国历史上可歌可泣的人物和事件,不可胜数,所以大家常说:一部二十五史,不知从何说起。我们从历代的史书中,以教育性、趣味性、知识性为取材标准,用简洁的文字,将中国历史撷精择要的呈现给读者。 Contents 26 序编 Preface 1 序编 Preface 2-历史的意义 Significance of History 27 齐国的故事 The story of Qi 28 公子纠和小白 Dukeling Jiu and Dukeling Xiao Bai 29 齐桓公和管仲 Duke Huan and prime minister Guan Zhong 34 管鲍之交 Friendship like Kuan Chung and Pao Shu-ya 30 春秋第一霸 The first supreme lord 31 齐顷公 Duke Ching of Qi courted disaster 32 崔杼弑君 Cui Zhu killed the king 33 晏婴 Yan Ying- an open-minded prime minister 34 鲁国的故事 The state of Lu 35 长勺之战 Battle of Long Spoon Chang Shao 027 一鼓作气 Get sth. done in one vigorous effort 36 孔子的故事 The story of Confucius 37 爱国童子汪锜 Patriotic Boy Wang Qi 38 楚国的故事 The story of Chu State 39 楚庄王 Broad-minded King Chuang of Chu 40 申叔谏楚庄王 Shen Shu Admonished the King of Chu Zhuang 41 孙叔敖 A benevolent official Sun Shu-ao 42 吴国的故事 The story of Wu state 43 季札让国 Faithful Ji Zha 44 孙武练兵 Sun Wu train court ladies into soldiers 45 申包胥借兵 Shen Bao-xu Borrows Soldiers 46 越国的故事The Story of Yue state 47 夫差的复仇 Fu Chai's Revenge 48 卧薪尝胆的句践 Go Jian -Stop at nothing 052 卧薪尝胆 To Sleep On Brushwood and Taste Gall 49 美人计 honey trap 50 伍子胥的预言 Prophecy of Wu Zixu


Download A Companion to Modernist Poetry PDF
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Download or read book A Companion to Modernist Poetry written by David E. Chinitz and published by John Wiley & Sons. This book was released on 2014-06-23 with total page 607 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: Offering a comprehensive and up-to-date survey of the field, A Companion to Modernist Poetry provides readers with detailed discussions of individual poets, ‘schools’ and ‘movements’ within modernist poetry, and the cultural and historical context of the modernist period. Provides an in-depth and accessible summary of the latest trends in the study of modernist poetry Balances discussion of individual poets, ‘schools’, and ‘movements’ with in-depth literary and historical context Brings recent scholarship to bear on the subject of modernist poetry while also providing guidance on poets who are historically important Edited by highly respected and notable critics in the field who have a broad knowledge of current debates and of rising and senior scholars in the field


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Download or read book New Zealand Journal of Agricultural Research written by and published by . This book was released on 1974-09 with total page 108 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt:


Download The Poetry of Life in Literature PDF
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Download or read book The Poetry of Life in Literature written by Anna-Teresa Tymieniecka and published by Springer Science & Business Media. This book was released on 2000-09-30 with total page 251 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: Poetry of life in literature and through literature, and the vast territory in between - as vast as human life itself - where they interact and influence each other, is the nerve of human existence. Whether we are aware of it or not, we are profoundly dissatisfied with the stark reality of life's swift progress onward, and the enigmatic and irretrievable meaning of the past. And so we dramatise our existence, probing deeply for a lyrical and heartfelt yet universally valid sense of our experience. It is in great works of literature that we seek those hidden springs that so move us. It is in honour of this search that this collection focuses on the creative imagination at work in literature and aesthetics.


Download Form  Power  and Person in Robert Creeley   s Life and Work PDF
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Download or read book Form Power and Person in Robert Creeley s Life and Work written by Stephen Fredman and published by University of Iowa Press. This book was released on 2010-03-15 with total page 250 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: By any measure—international reputation, influence upon fellow writers and later generations, number of books published, scholarly and critical attention—Robert Creeley (1926–2005) is a literary giant, an outstanding, irreplaceable poet. For many decades readers have remarked upon the almost harrowing emotional nakedness of Creeley’s writing. In the years since his death, it may be that the disappearance of the writer allows that nakedness to be observed more readily and without embarrassment. Written by the foremost critics of his poetry, Form, Power, and Person in Robert Creeley’s Life and Work is the first book to treat Creeley’s career as a whole. Masterfully edited by Stephen Fredman and Steve McCaffery, the essays in this collection have been gathered into three parts. Those in “Form” consider a variety of characteristic formal qualities that differentiate Creeley from his contemporaries. In “Power,” writers reflect on the pressure exerted by emotions, gender issues, and politics in Creeley’s life and work. In “Person,” Creeley’s unique artistic and psychological project of constructing a person—reflected in his correspondence, teaching, interviews, collaborations, and meditations on the concept of experience—is excavated. While engaging these three major topics, the authors remain, as Creeley does, intent upon the ways such issues appear in language, for Creeley’s nakedness is most conspicuously displayed in his intimate relationship with words. Contributors Charles Altieri Rachel Blau DuPlessis Stephen Fredman Benjamin Friedlander Alan Golding Michael Davidson Steve McCaffery Peter Middleton Marjorie Perloff Peter Quartermain Libbie Rifkin


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ISBN 10 : 9781786941367
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Download or read book Poetry Barthes written by Calum Gardner and published by Poetry and Lup. This book was released on 2018 with total page 220 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: What kinds of pleasure do we take from writing and reading? What authority has the writer over a text? What are the limits of language's ability to communicate ideas and emotions? Moreover, what are the political limitations of these questions? The work of the French cultural critic and theorist Roland Barthes (1915-80) poses these questions, and has become influential in doing so, but the precise nature of that influence is often taken for granted. This is nowhere more true than in poetry, where Barthes' concerns about pleasure and origin are assumed to be relevant, but this has seldom been closely examined. This innovative study traces the engagement with Barthes by poets writing in English, beginning in the early 1970s with one of Barthes' earliest Anglophone poet readers, Scottish poet-theorist Veronica Forrest-Thomson (194775). It goes on to examine the American poets who published in L=A=N=G=U=A=G=E and other small but influential journals of the period, and other writers who engaged with Barthes later, considering his writings' relevance to love and grief and their treatment in poetry. Finally, it surveys those writers who rejected Barthes' theory, and explores why this was. The first study to bring Barthes and poetry into such close contact, this important book illuminates both subjects with a deep contemplation of Barthes' work and a range of experimental poetries.


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Download or read book The Complete Concordance to Shakspeare written by Mary Cowden Clarke and published by . This book was released on 1845 with total page 878 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt:


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Download or read book The H D Book written by Robert Duncan and published by Univ of California Press. This book was released on 2012-01-04 with total page 696 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: "What began in 1959 as a simple homage to the modernist poet H.D. (Hilda Doolittle) developed into an expansive and unique quest for a poetics that would fuel Duncan's great work into the 1960s and 1970s. A meditation on both the roots of modernism and its manifestation in the writings of H.D., Djuna Barnes, Ezra Pound, D.H. Lawrence, Gertrude Stein, William Carlos Williams, Virginia Woolf, and many others, Duncan's wide-ranging work is especially notable for illuminating the role women played in creating literary modernism"--Publisher description.


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Download or read book The New Human in Literature written by Mads Rosendahl Thomsen and published by A&C Black. This book was released on 2013-09-26 with total page 208 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: Twentieth-century literature changed understandings of what it meant to be human. Mads Rosendahl Thomsen, in this historical overview, presents a record of literature's changing ideas of mankind, questioning the degree to which literature records and creates visions of the new human. Grounded in the theory of Niklas Luhmann and drawing on canonical works, Thomsen uses literary changes in the mind, body and society to define the new human. He begins with the modernist minds of Virginia Woolf, Williams Carlos Williams and Louis-Ferdinand Celine's, discusses the society-changing concepts envisioned by Chinua Achebe, Mo Yan and Orhan Pamuk. He concludes with science fiction, discussing Don DeLillo and Michel Houellebecq's ideas of revolutionizing man through biotechnology. This is a study about imagination, aesthetics and ethics that demonstrates literature's capacity to not only imagine the future but portray the conflicting desires between individual and various collectives better than any other media. A study that heightens reflections on human evolution and posthumanism.


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ISBN 10 : 9781781388082
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Download or read book Poetry Language Writing written by David Arnold and published by Liverpool University Press. This book was released on 2007-11-01 with total page 214 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: It has been variously labelled ‘Language Poetry’, ‘Language Writing’, ‘L=A=N=G=U=A=G=E writing’ (after the magazine that ran from 1978 to 1981), and ‘language-centred writing’. It has been placed according to its geographical positions, on East or West coasts; its venues in small magazines, independent presses and performance spaces, and its descent from historical precursors, be they the Objectivists, the composers-by-field of the Black Mountain School, the Russian Constructivists or American modernism à la William Carlos Williams and Gertrude Stein. Indeed, one of the few statements that can be made about it with little qualification is that ‘it’ has both fostered and endured a crisis in representation more or less since it first became visible in the 1970s. In Poetry & Language Writing David Arnold grasps the nettle of Language poetry, reassessing its relationship with surrealism and providing a scholarly, intelligent way of understanding the movement. Poets discussed include Charles Bernstein, Susan Howe, Michael Palmer and Barrett Watten.


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Download or read book Spring and All written by William Carlos Williams and published by . This book was released on 2015-07-05 with total page 100 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: 2015 Reprint of 1923 Edition. Full Facsimile of the original edition. Not reproduced with Optical Recognition Software. A practicing physician for more than 40 years, William Carlos Williams became an experimenter, innovator and revolutionary figure in American poetry. In reaction against the rigid, rhyming format of 19th-century poets, Williams, his friend Ezra Pound and other early-20th-century poets formed the core of what became known as the "Imagist" movement. Their poetry focused on verbal pictures and moments of revealed truth, rather than a structure of consecutive events or thoughts and was expressed in free verse rather than rhyme. The two most famous sections of Spring and All are poems I and XXII. The former, which opens "By the road to the contagious hospital," is commonly known by the title "Spring and All," and the latter is generally known as "The Red Wheelbarrow."


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Download or read book Invisible Fences written by Steven Monte and published by U of Nebraska Press. This book was released on 2000-01-01 with total page 298 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: For all its recent popularity among poets and critics, prose poetry continues to raise more questions than it answers. How have prose poems been identified as such, and why have similar works been excluded from the genre? What happens when we read a work as a prose poem? How have prose genres such as the novel affected prose poetry and modern poetry in general? In Invisible Fences Steven Monte places prose poetry in historical and theoretical perspective by comparing its development in the French and American literary traditions. In spite of its apparent formal freedom, prose poetry is constrained by specific historical circumstances and is constantly engaged in border disputes with neighboring prose and poetic genres. Monte illuminates these constraints through an examination of works that have influenced the development of the prose poem as well as through a discussion of genre theory and detailed readings of poems ranging from Charles Baudelaire's "La Solitude" to John Ashbery's "The System." Monte explores the ways in which literary-historical narratives affect interpretation: why, for example, prose poetry tends to be seen as a revolutionary genre and how this perspective influences readings of individual works. The American poets he discusses include Ralph Waldo Emerson, William Carlos Williams, T. S. Eliot, Gertrude Stein, and Ashbery; the French poets range from Baudelaire, Arthur Rimbaud, and Stephane Mallarmä to Max Jacob. In exploring prose poetry as a genre, Invisible Fences offers new perspectives not only on modern poetry, but also on genre itself, challenging current theories of genre with a test case that asks for yet eludes definition.