ENG 219:11Principles of Literary Study: Poetry
T/TH, 2:50pm - 4:10pm
Murray Hall 115
Instructor: Michael Leong
Office: MU 036D
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The final exam will be held in our usual classroom. Best of luck with your end-of-the-semester studies!
Below are some images of the 1895 version of Stephen Crane’s The Black Riders and Other Lines, which was published by Copeland and Day.
Click here to hear Dylan Thomas reading the poem.
See David Barber’s article in The Atlantic, which was the magazine that published Lowell’s poem in 1960 as a double-spread.
As your anthology notes, Corson’s Inlet is in southern New Jersey; it is, according to the NJDEP, “one of the last undeveloped tracts of land along the state’s oceanfront. The area’s natural habitats are rich in the diversity of its … Continue reading
An elaborately formal lyric poem, often in the form of a lengthy ceremonious address to a person or abstract entity, always serious and elevated in tone. There are two different classical models: in Greek, the epinicion or choral ode of Pindar devoted to public … Continue reading